Certifications for Allied Health Employees

Certification matters:

Certified allied health professionals function at the top of their scope of practice—bringing greater value and efficiency to health care delivery.

Which certification they earn matters just as much:

Top-quality credentials ensure that your staff is qualified and possesses the practical job skills, technical know-how and professionalism—which you expect, and patients deserve.

3 Simple Steps to Partnering with AMT

1. Check Eligibility

Because certification is a personal achievement, AMT offers flexible eligibility routes to qualify for professional certification. Eligibility may be based on work experience, education or a combination of both. It’s recommended that individual employees determine for themselves which route is appropriate for them by reviewing AMT eligibility criteria.

Check Individual Eligibility

2. Establish an AMT Account

Once you choose to work with AMT, we will set up an organization account for you to facilitate certification for your employees. Your assigned organization ID will enable your employees to link their applications to your workplace. Your organization account is different from any individual personal AMT account. AMT will connect your personal account with your organization account to show that you are an authorized user of that organization.

3. Choose Your Resources

AMT can assist you with bulk purchases of applications or practice exams for your employees. Our customized solutions mean that AMT can process groups of applications if your organization requests it. AMT also includes unique free assets for your employees such as an online community for applicants and much more to help them gain a respected certification.

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Healthcare employers ask for AMT by name because they know the quality and rigor that our credentials stand for.

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Let an AMT expert show you how to get your team members an excellent certification credential.

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