Each year, ACT helps organizations develop and deliver licensing and certification assessments aimed at ensuring that individuals bring the necessary skills to their work.
ACT Centers currently deliver computer-based certification exams for these organizations:
- Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
- Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
- American Dietetic Association (ADA)
- Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB)
- American Board of Vascular Medicine (ABVM)
- Center for the Advancement of Process Technology
- Continental Testing Services Licensure Examinations
- Professional Association of Health Care Office Management Certification
- Thomas Edison College Distance Education Assessment
- Pilot programs for distance education with major universities
To register for an exam or to learn more, please visit the individual association websites listed below.ASE
The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence is a national, nonprofit organization that certifies automotive technicians and is the largest association-sponsored, voluntary certification program in the world. Currently, ACT Centers offer over 30 certification and recertification exams, which are delivered during two-week administrations in the summer and winter.
The Association of Social Work Boards partners with ACT Centers to deliver four exams for Bachelors/Associate, Masters, Advanced Generalist and Clinical certification.
The American Dietetic Association partners with ACT Centers to develop and deliver two certification exams: the Registration Examination for Dieticians and the Registration Examination for Dietetic Technicians. Over the last several decades, over 100,000 registered dietitians and dietetic technicians have been certified.
The Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board provides the Certification Examination for Nuclear Medicine Technologists at all ACT Centers.
The American Board of Vascular Medicine relies on ACT to develop and deliver two computer-based physician certification exams.
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