Allied Health Instructor

The certified Allied Health Instructor (AHI) is an educator who brings a critical combination of healthcare subject matter expertise and significant teaching experience to the classroom. Members of this discipline have established mastery of their subjects through structured academic courses of study or professional certification in the areas of pedagogy for which they are responsible. In addition, AHI certificants must have demonstrated the successful application of subject matter mastery in an educational setting. Individuals certified as AHI take on the most important role of serving as mentors to future practitioners and therefore set examples as experts in their fields.

Program directors and instructors can demonstrate their strong foundation built upon knowledge and training, as well as impress upon their students that certification is important by becoming a certified Allied Health Instructor (AHI).

There is no examination. Simply complete the application and submit it with your fee. Please note that an annual fee of $30 is required to maintain certification. Please allow for 3 - 4 weeks for processing time of your application.

Qualifications and Requirements (Click Here)
Application for AHI (Apply Online)
Felony Information Checklist (Download)
Application Fee: $80

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