What professional can take advantage of the National Certification program and certification test?
Professionals include: Doctors, Nurses, Therapists, Social Workers, Educators and the Legal Profession.
The National CPT Institute is proud to announce that the Pediatric Technician program has approved the offering of a Professional Pediatric Technicians program for degreed professionals wishing to add to their resume and improve their job opportunities in this new global market.
Interested professionals should be prepared to show evidence of active or inactive status of their degree and then select the directions listed below to apply specifically toward this certification.
* When making the decision to pursue this certification, perspective students need to know that some material included in the certification manuals is standard learning material in that subject matter, however, there are other tangible educational materials that students may not have included in their original professional learning experience that may be included in the national test. There are 7 modules. Please refer to the Curriculum Info tab above for a description of all modules.
NOTE: At the conclusion of the educational process, all students will be expected to participate in the National Certification Test. If you, as a professional believe that it is your best interest to include other modules in your schedule, or need further assistance please click on the link below to contact us.
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Active Professionals must show evidence that they are currently working in the area of expertise that their licensure allows.
Evidence of Expertise: • Current license • Current employment
In-Active Professionals are required to show evidence that they possess an academic knowledge in the area of expertise that their licensure allows.
Evidence of Knowledge : • Current in-active license status • Transcripts
Inactive RN's and LPNs with less than 5 years of recent pediatric experience must present educational transcripts and letters of acknowledgement on nursing expertise of:
1) Anatomy and Physiology 2) Maternal Child 3) Normal Child 4) The Special Needs Child
Inactive RN's and LPN's who have not worked within the last 5 years are not eligible and must take the entire program.
Inactive Attorneys & Para Legals with less than 5 years of recent experience must present educational transcripts and letters of acknowledgement on general laws and regulations, in the areas of:
1) Family Law 2) Education and IEP's
Inactive Legal Professionals & Paraprofessionals who have not worked within the last 5 years are not eligible and must take the entire program.
Inactive Educational Professionals with less than 5 years of recent experience must present educational transcripts and letters of acknowledgement on educational expertise of:
1) Psychological Aspects of Children 2) Education & IEP's
Inactive Educational Professionals and Social Workers who have not worked within the last 5 years are not eligible and must take the entire program.
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The term Certified Pediatric Technician is a registered trademark. All curriculum produced from this program is privately owned copywritten material. The National Certified Pediatric Technician Insitute & Association is a 501 (C) (3) Institution to which a tax- deductible contribution is permitted by law. Fed. Tax ID # 22-384-6018. Please make a tax- deductible contribution to NCPTI&A and support the education of child care providers who are certified as Pediatric Technicians.
As such, we are now accepting Association Friends Memberships. If your association or company would like to join as a member, there is a donation of $50 per year. This fee will assist in the payment of any student unable to pay for themselves. Not only does this help a prospective student, in the long run it will assist every disabled child. For more information, see www.pediatrictechnician.us ‘ Donations may be made by Pay Pal.