Course Credentialing and Certification
A credential is proof of an individual’s qualification or competence in a given subject. Possessing a credential not only helps one to prove competency and capability in a given field, but also demonstrates to one’s community and employers that the individual is competent, properly trained and equipped to carry out his or her job. Credentials verify that a professional has achieved a baseline level of competency in his or her subject matter. Employers can be confident that their workforce is capable of handling whatever challenges their job responsibilities present.
Certification is process that recognizes and validates an individual’s qualifications in a certain subject. A person earns a certification to assure he or she is qualified to perform a job or task through the acknowledgement of educational achievement. Certificates verify that a professional has achieved a baseline level of competence in a complicated subject area and assures employers that an individual is capable of handling his or her job responsibilities. Certifications must be renewed periodically, generally through completed continuing education units.
ExamCenter911 offers both online Certifications and Credentialing that provide the following benefits:
- Confidential training and evaluation
- Ability to take courses with real-time results, and to retake courses at any time.
- Maintenance of training records with online accessibility 24 hours, 7 days, 365 days a year
Continuing Education Hours
Contact hours are provided with each successful course completion.
Contact hours are also printed on each Certificate of Course Completion.
Because of the educational value our courses provide, course credentialing is limited to the most reliable resources available in the health care industry, which include including the following agencies and organizations:
- American Academy of Anesthesiologists
- American Academy of Emergency Medicine
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- American College of Emergency Physicians
- American Heart Association
- American Red Cross
- American Trauma Society
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Department of Homeland Security
- The Joint Commission
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- National Restaurant Association
- New England Journal of Medicine