You’ve worked hard to earn and maintain your AMT certification; you’re justifiably proud of your credential. Learn how you can help protect your credential from being falsified with these simple suggestions.
You’ve worked hard to earn and maintain your AMT certification. You’re justifiably proud of yourself and want to display your credential. There are many ways to show the world that you are AMT certified, but it is also important to do it in a way that protects the integrity of your hard-earned credential.
In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of falsified AMT credentials by individuals who have never been certified by AMT. We call these credential thieves! Often, the counterfeit document has been Photoshopped from an image posted on the internet or social media. Help prevent this by following the simple suggestions below.
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