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Registration Requirements & Approval to operate

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*Please Read through this information very carefully before registering or contacting NMCA with the following questions that can be answered on this page, the about page, the faq page or the workshop your interseted in page. 

Who we are & Approval to operate

Federal Law does not require Healthcare Professionals that meet certain professional standards to attend lengthy traditional programs in order to obtain certification. These workshops does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. 

National Medical Certification Association for Health Care Professionals is a professional organization that specializes in "Certification Workshops" and Continuing Education Activities. We provide CE Hours and skill enhancement services only. * NOT ENTRY LEVEL EDUCATION SERVICES. "Continuing Education Providers "Provider approved by the Board of Registered Nursing" License Provider Number CEP16551 Valid through 10/31/2021

Why do we offer this program

(NMCA's) accelerated hands-on continuing education & certification workshop’s were developed for (qualified healthcare professionals) that don't have thousands of dollars to spend going back to school in tough economic times like these for skills they already have when they really only need a refresher, continuing education or certification.

Most Healthcare professionals have experience, but lack documentation. Our certification workshops are designed to give the healthcare professional a refresher course or continuing medical education hands-on class that includes certification, because most employers pefer to hire healthcare professionals with valid certification.
 

QUALIFIED HEALTHCARE/MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

 

There are many types of healthcare/medical professionals. Traditional roles and responsibilities held by healthcare/medical professionals have changed, along with the expansion of technology and the demand for health care services. The education, certifications, and licensures for types of healthcare/medical professionals differ, as does their scope of practice (what they are allowed by law to do for patients). A qualified healthcare/medical professional is an individual who is qualified by education, training, and licensure/regulation and/or facility privileges (when applicable) who performs a professional service within his or her scope of practice.

 

Physician or other qualified healthcare professionals must have a State license, education/training showing qualifications, as well as facility privileges.  
 

THESE CERTIFICATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION WORKSHOPS ARE WRITTEN FOR THE BROAD AUDIENCE OF:

 

WHO CAN ATTEND?

This program is Ideal for the the following qualified healthcare professionals:

  • Nurse Practitioner (NP)
  • International Medical Graduates (IMGs)
  • Under Graduate Students
  • Certified Nurse Specialist (CNS)
  • Physician Assistant (PA)
  • Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM)
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
  • Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Medical Doctor (MD),
  • Emergency Medical Tech (EMT),
  • IV Tech,
  • Medical Lab Tech/Assistant (MLT/MLA),
  • Medical Office Assistant (MOA),
  • Dialysis Tech (DT), 
  • Physician Assistant,
  • Physical Therapist,
  • Rehabilitation Specialist,
  • Health Information Technologist,
  • Health Records Specialist,
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (DMS),
  • Dental Hygienist,
  • student of allied health or all medical (pre-nursing, pre-medical) or Natural Science Majors (Biology, Chemistry)   
  • Mas
  • PCT/PCA/NT
  • Home Health Nurses
  • Medical Assistants Certified Medical Assistant (CMA),
  • CNAS Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Nurses Aides
  • HHAS Home Health Aid, 
  • Phlebotomists Phlebotomy Tech (PT), 
  • Phlebotomy trainers
  • Laboratory personnel
  • Physicians & Medical Students
  • Midlevel Practitioners & Students
  • Nurses & Nursing Students
  • Associate/Nurse, Registered, Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse (RN, LPN, LVN)
  • EMS Personnel
  • Monitor Techs
  • Nurse Anesthetists & Nurse Anesthetist Students
  • EMT
  • Residential Healthcare Technician

Section A.

Please Read the 3 Options NMCA offers

Option 1.

Healthcare Workers Bridge Program

No written exam is required!!

Your work experience may qualify you for our healthcare workers certification bridge program, which allows you to obtain certification from your work experience alone. Candidates who meet the requirements listed on the Healthcare Workers Bridge page will receive a waiver on the written exam. Please view the Healthcare Workers Bridge Program Page for details.

Option 2.  Hands-on accelerated classes for healthcare professionals.

Option 3.
  1. Do I need prior medical experience or education to qualify for this workshop? Yes see requirements below. Questions pertaining to your eligibility to participate in these continuing education activities and certification workshops!!! Are Listed below. You can also fax 877-554-5380 or email questions and your work experience to the medicalcertificationinfo@gmail.com if your unsure that you qualify or not. 
  2. How does the program work? Simple easy to understand instructions are listed below
  3. Where can I find the upcoming schedule for my area? The schedule and locations can be found on the schedule page.
  4. Who long is the workshop? This Certification Workshop Consists of about 24- 32 Hours in total (16 - 24 hours of preparatory home study and 8 hours hands-on classroom/clinical) Our Workshops consist of a – One day class - Combination of Home study and Hands on classroom. THESE 1 DAY CERTIFICATION WORKSHOPS FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ARE FAST, SKILL-BASED AND HANDS-ON HELD FROM 9 AM-5 PM. Upon successful completion of the Workshop, the participant will receive a national certification, valid in all US states*.
  5. Where is the Location? Your location for the hands-on portion of the workshop and certification exam will be determined by the address you use on your registration form!!!! Usually With in a 20 minute distance at a local partner heathcare facility.
  6. Most question that can be answered on this page or on the faq page!!!
  7. What will you learn in the workshop? Can be found on the page of the workshop your interested in!!!
  8. Who teaches the workshops? Workshops are instructed by industry experienced healthcare professionals
  9. Will I sit for the National certification exam? National Certification Exams are proctored by the certification board. Once you have completed and passed your certification exam. Your certification and wallet card will be mailed separately from the certification board in 5-7 business days.
Section B.

Simple Instructions & Registration Requirements

 Here’s how it works


Education Format 4 simple to understand steps

Our unique no obligation format allows you to:
  1. Register Online and submit payment to receive preparatory study material
  2. Receive the Preparatory Study Material and exam review questions by email with-in 4 hours after registration form and fee is received. Upon registration, you will receive a link from an outside vendor to download the free preparatory reading handouts, which includes practice test in PDF format. You may either print this handout and bring the hardcopy with you, or open the PDF using a reader on your mobile device or tablet – we recommend Adobe reader; it works great for editing and note taking! Preparatory reading must be completed before students arrive for the live training section of the certification program. Practice test must be submitted for you to receive continuing education credit. You will receive feedback on the material you submitted along with the continuing education certification of completion
  3. Workshops will also include mandatory lab (hands on) training, classroom lecture, group discussions and activities. NMCA has some of the best-experienced industry experts teach these workshops at local community colleges, training sites and clinical sites or at your facility. Training site and test center location will be determined by the address you use on your registration form. We have partner test centers in 36 states.
  4. Receive second email with the workshops training site and the test center location for you to participate in the hands-on portion of the continuing education workshop and also sit for the National Certification Exam.
Section C.

About The Program


Our Healthcare Training program is one of most successful accelerated healthcare job training & certification programs in the nation, which was designed to help individuals with prior (healthcare) experience to enhance their skills, keep them abreast with industry standards and provide the mandatory continuing education units required to keep their certification current.

The intensive certification program allows qualified individuals to complete the training in a few days students will be required to complete review modules and practice test online, study material can also be emailed or picked up from our office, in addition the student is required to complete mandatory hands-on class/clinical sessions, which also includes an exam review session prior to sitting for the certification exam the last two hours of the workshop. Students can register for up to 3 certification workshops at a time, which makes them eligible to challenge more than one exam, and receive separate certifications for each certification workshop of study. The student’s resume would become very impressive with all these certifications, which would open up better employment opportunities. All of the certification workshops are offered during the day, evening or on weekends, making them accessible to adults who are working while attending certification classes.

Section D.

Who should attend


NMCA'S certification & continuing education workshops are great for:
  • Lapsed certification
  • Continuing education hours
  • For individuals with 1-year experience working in the medical field that would like to become certified.
  • Healthcare facilities and nursing groups to upgrade and keep current in nursing practice.
  • Unemployed/underemployed healthcare professionals with prior healthcare background by way of schooling or experience.
  • For any licensed or certified healthcare professionals who are motivated to learn and enrich their lives.
  • Students that have trouble passing their certification exam due to test anxiety.
  • Medical Assistants & Patient Care Technicians that want to get certified in Phlebotomy & EKG in as little as 1 day!
  • Students graduating from an allied health training program that need certification
  • Healthcare Professionals that were trained on the job, but were never certified.
  • Healthcare Professionals that have not practiced in a while, and need a review or refresher
  • International Medical Graduates (IMG), Foreign Medical Graduates (FMG), Under graduate, and US Medical Graduates Must be a medical school graduate that successfully completed the program (do not need to be licensed in US)
  • Veteran`s (military medical experience) 
Section E.

Our certification and continuing education workshops are only designed for those persons who possess competency in the healthcare field, and have a prior background in healthcare by way of experience, schooling, and/or job training. You must have High School Diploma, Possess a GED, or Have the equivalent from a foreign country, Certificate of completion, Transcript.

Required Documentation that must be submitted before Certification Workshop & Continuing Education Activity Participation: 

One must demonstrate eligibility in order to register for any of our wokshops/seminars. You will be asked to submit verifiable proof that you fulfill (one) of the following requirements in section 1 or 2 listed below. (Please submit to the medicalcertificationinfo@gmail.com.) or When you arrive to the live training and exam you must also show valid state issued photo ID. (See below)

* You must submit and show valid state issued non expired photo ID or US Passport when you arrive to the training. (NO Exceptions)

Must submit proof of:
  • Actual fieldwork, on the job training One-year of verifiable work experience (down load the work verification form on the forms page to be completed by your employer) Or a letter from your employer on company letter head signed by your supervisor. 
Please submit the requested information listed in 1 & 2 below. Submit via fax 877-554-5380 or email to the medicalcertificationinfo@gmail.com before you arrive to the training. 
  1. Actual fieldwork, on the job training One-year of verifiable work experience (down load the work verification form on the forms page to be completed by your employer) Or a letter from your employer on company letter head signed by your supervisor.
  2. If you don't have prior work experience you must provide proof of previous training such as diploma, transcripts, certificate of completion, licenses, or certification from previous certification board. 
Section F.

International Medical Graduates, Foreign Medical Graduates (IMG,FMG) Can participate in NMCA’s continuing education and certification workshops and challenge the exams.
 
The NMCA can help International Medical Graduates, Foreign Medical Graduates (IMG,FMG) who have already successfully completed their program (do not need to be licensed in US)

In addition to the above instructions Please submit proof of education as stated in paragraph 1 below. Submit via fax 877-554-5380 or email to the medicalcertificationinfo@gmail.com before you arrive to the training.
  1. *NOTE: The board accepts copies of diplomas or letters from training institutions as verification. If original documents are in a language other than English, English translation must accompany them. NO EXCEPTIONS
Section G.

**Please Read!!! 
  • Requirements for the Phlebotomy continuing education activity are listed in section 1below
  • Requirements for the EKG continuing education activity are listed in section 1 below
  • Requirements for the Paramedical Examiner continuing education activity are listed in section 1below
  • Requirements for the Pharmach Technician continuing education activity are listed in section section 2 below
  • Requirements for the Medical Lab Assistant continuing education activity are listed in section section 3 below
  • Requirements for the Patient Care Technician and Multi Skill Healthcare Technician continuing education activity are listed in section section 4 below
  • Requirements for the Clinical Medical Assistant continuing education activity are listed in section section 5 below
NMCA'S CONTINUING EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION WORKSHOPS FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ARE FAST, SKILL-BASED AND HANDS-ON 
  
Section 1
  • Medical Doctor (MD), 
  • Emergency Medical Tech (EMT),
  • IV Tech, 
  • Medical Lab Tech/Assistant (MLT/MLA), 
  • Medical Office Assistant (MOA), 
  • Dialysis Tech (DT), 
  • Physician Assistant, 
  • student of allied health or all medical (pre-nursing, pre-medical) or Natural Science Majors (Biology, Chemistry)   
  • MAs
  • PCT/PCA/NT
  • Home Health Nurses
  • Medical Assistants Certified Medical Assistant (CMA),
  • CNAS Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Nurses Aides
  • HHAS Home Health Aid, 
  • Phlebotomists Phlebotomy Tech (PT), 
  • Phlebotomy trainers
  • Laboratory personnel
  • Physicians & Medical Students
  • Midlevel Practitioners & Students
  • Nurses & Nursing Students
  • Associate/Nurse, Registered, Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse (RN, LPN, LVN)
  • EMS Personnel
  • Monitor Techs
  • Nurse Anesthetists & Nurse Anesthetist Students
  • EMT
  • Residential Healthcare Technician
  • Clinical laboratory personnel
  • Emergency medical providers
  • Physicians
  • Emergency technicians
  • Paramedics
  • RN’s
  • LPN’s
  • MILLITARY EXPERIENCE/TRAINING IN THE FIELD
  • International Medical Graduates (IMG), Foreign Medical Graduates (FMG), and US Medical Graduates Must be a medical school graduate that successfully completed the program (do not need to be licensed in US)
  • Successful completion of a structured training program
  • Actual fieldwork, on the job training One-year of verifiable work experience 
Section 2

Requirements for the Pharmacy Technician Workshop
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This certification & continuing education workshop is only for graduates of a pharmacy technician program or for individuals that were trained on the job, and have been working for 1-year in the field as a pharmacy technician.

Section 3

Requirements for the Medical Lab Assistant Workshop
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This certification & continuing education workshop is only for graduates of a Medical Lab Assistant program or for individuals that were trained on the job, and have been working for 1-year in the field as a Medical Lab Assistant.

Section 4

Requirements for Patient Care Technician & Multi Skill Healthcare Technician Workshop

You must meet one of the following requirements listed below to participate in this certification & continuing education workshop:
  • Licensed Nursing Assistants/CNA's
  • Patient Care Technicians/PCA's
  • Medical Assistants
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that have been working in the field for 1-year
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that have graduated for a medical assistant program or Patient Care Technician Program,
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that were trained on the job training
  • Veteran`s (military medical experience)
  • Nurses 
  • Medical Graduates
  • International Medical Graduates (IMG) (do not need to be licensed in US) that have successfully completed a medical program who desire to be retrained.
  • Certificate of completion, Transcript
  • Actual fieldwork, on the job training One-year of verifiable work experience (down load the work verification form on the forms page to be completed by your employer) Or a letter from your employer on company letter head signed by your supervisor.
Section 5

Requirements for Clinical Medical Assistant Workshop
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You must meet one of the following requirements listed below to participate in this certification & continuing education workshop:
  • Patient Care Technicians/PCA's
  • Medical Assistants
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that have been working in the field for 1-year
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that have graduated from a medical assistant program or Patient Care Technician Program,
  • Medical Assistants or Patient Care Technicians that were trained on the job training
  • Veteran`s (military medical experience)
  • Nurses 
  • Medical Graduates
  • International Medical Graduates (IMG) (do not need to be licensed in US) that have successfully completed a medical program who desire to be retrained.
  • Certificate of completion, Transcript
  • Actual fieldwork, on the job training One-year of verifiable work experience (down load the work verification form on the forms page to be completed by your employer) Or a letter from your employer on company letter head signed by your supervisor.
These Continuing Education Activities are insufficient in length and content to qualify as gainful employment for entry-level occupational Training. You must be a qualified health care professional or If you have no experience you can apply through our licensed school New Career Training Institute for entry-level programs.

CLINICAL:

Live "sticks" will be done in the phlebotomy, patient Care tech, medical assistant and paramedical examiner workshops. These sticks include venipunctures and capillary sticks. These sticks will not be done during an externship, but will be done on fellow students and yourself, in a very supervised setting. If you are not comfortable having someone draw your blood, please do not enroll for this class. 

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