As an employer, you want to hire qualified personnel to ensure that your patients get the best care possible. AMT shares in this goal - we promote and maintain a high standard of excellence for allied health professionals and support their role as part of the patient care team.
- Respected in the Industry: Established in 1939, AMT has long been a nationally and internationally recognized certification agency—the AMT credential is well respected in the industry…and is transportable throughout the US
- NCCA Accredited: AMT is a reputable certification agency. Its competency-based exams are developed, administered, and analyzed using industry-standards and state-of-the-art methodologies. AMT is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), a recognition only given to organizations meeting rigorous NCCA Standards
- Careful Review of Credentials: AMT carefully reviews applicants' credentials to ensure that they are appropriately trained in an accredited institution and/or have the requisite experience necessary to sit for an AMT exam
- Exam Security: AMT has numerous policies, procedures, and systems in place to ensure both exam security and procedural standardization. All examinations are conducted under strict direction of proctors. Proctored environments include academic sites (proctors cannot be school officials or instructors), DANTES sites, and Pearson VUE testing centers located throughout the country. Pearson VUE is a computer-based exam administrator with an international reputation for quality and accessibility
- Education: AMT strongly advocates learning as part of a member's personal and professional growth, and in fact requires its newer members to acquire a specific number of continuing education credits in order to maintain certification - this is assurance to the employer that the AMT certificant is keeping up with technical skills
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