The Gold Standard for the Assistive Technology Profession
Go for gold and demonstrate your expertise and prowess as a skilled practitioner to increase patient accessibility. The RESNA ATP certification is the only NCCA accredited certification for the Assistive Technology Profession.
The ATP certification recognizes demonstrated competence in analysing the needs of consumers with disabilities, assisting in the selection of appropriate assistive technology for the consumers' needs, and providing training in the use of the selected devices.
What Is NCCA Accreditation?
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) is an impartial, third-party that set the standards for certification program practices and administration. By maintaining accredited certification programs, RESNA is demonstrating to your employer, the assistive technology community, and to yourself that you have the skills and knowledge required to complete your job as defined by the leading authority in the credentialing industry.
NCCA Accredited Programs are in compliance with the NCCA Standards for Accreditation of Certification Programs in the following areas:
- Purpose, Governance, and Resources
- Responsibilities to Stakeholders
- Assessment Instruments
- Quality Assurance
- Maintaining Accreditation
Who Issues NCCA Accreditations?
Institute for Credentialing Excellence (I.C.E.) is the governing association and leader in the credentialing industry, which develops standards for certification and certificate programs and gathers information and research on certification trends, testing development, standards, and delivery, as well as serving as a resource hub for the credentialing community. I.C.E. issues the NCCA program accreditations.
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