Ethics and Standards of Practice

Ethics and Standards of Practice

Certification, earned through the application and exam process, is an important part of your career in the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Field. From here, you can find tools that can help you with the following...

Market your Credentials: RESNA has developed a media toolkit and materials to help you promote your certification to consumers, colleagues, and referral sources. For more ideas, read this article by RESNA's Communications and Marketing Manager.

Renew your Certification(s):  Recertification is required to ensure that a commitment is made to keep knowledge and skills current through relevant work experience and ongoing education. The two-year cycle, which follows general guidelines for licensure renewal for related professions, promotes current knowledge and skills in the rapidly evolving field of assistive technology.

Code of Ethics: RESNA’s Code of Ethics sest forth the fundamental concepts for ethical practice as a RESNA credential-holder

Standards of Compliance: RESNA’s Standards of Practice sets forth the fundamental concepts for demonstration of a core knowledge in assistive technology.

File a Complaint: The Professional Standards Board may investigate and subsequently take action when it receives evidence that a certificant has engaged in conduct that undermines the integrity of the certification process and/or the credential.

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