About The National Center for Competency Testing

The National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) is an independent credentialing organization that has tested healthcare professionals and instructors since 1984.

To receive an NCCT certificate, candidates must meet all eligibility criteria and pass an exam based upon skills, knowledge, and aptitude to effectively perform the duties of a healthcare position.

In essence, NCCT certification exams are designed to authenticate a candidate’s capability, not only in terms of the employers who hire them, but also, for the wellness of the public.

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NCCT Testing at PIHT

A selection of our institutions are authorized to provide National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT), an independent certification organization. To earn an NCCT credential, candidates must meet all eligibility requirements and pass an examination based upon knowledge, skills, and abilities required at job entry. Students and graduates in our clinical and administrative allied health programs will often take the exams listed below to increase their professional marketability:

  • Certified Medical Assistant
  • Phlebotomy Technician
  • Insurance and Coding Specialist

Our students and graduates (as well as the general public) can take NCCT exams at our campus locations listed below.

Register online now: www.ncctinc.com

For additional information please contact the campus directly.

Mt. Braddock, PA (724) 437-4600

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