About NCCA Accreditation
NHA’s certification programs are accredited through the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). The NCCA awards accreditation for professional or personnel certification programs which provides impartial, third-party validation that a program has met recognized national credentialing industry standards for development, implementation and maintenance
of certification programs.
Obtaining and maintaining NCCA accreditation is a true indication of NHA’s proven ability to provide quality certification programs in the healthcare industry.
The mission of NCCA is to help ensure the health, welfare and safety of the public through the accreditation of certification programs that assess professional competence. Its purpose is to provide the public and other stakeholders the means by which to identify certification programs that serve their competency assurance needs in a profession.
NHA accreditation documentation
CCMA Job Task Analysis ‣
CPT Job Task Analysis ‣
CMAA Job Task Analysis ‣
CET Job Task Analysis ‣
CEHRS Job Task Analysis ‣
ExCPT (CPhT) Job Task Analysis ‣
CBCS Job Task Analysis ‣
CPCT/A Job Task Analysis ‣
CPT Standard Setting Summary ‣
CCMA Standard Setting Summary ‣
CET Standard Setting Summary ‣
CEHRS Standard Setting Summary ‣
CMAA Standard Setting Summary ‣
ExCPT (CPhT) Standard Setting Summary ‣
CBCS Standard Setting Summary ‣
CPCT/A Standard Setting Summary ‣
The purchase of NHA exam preparation materials is not required to sit for any NHA certification exam and use does not guarantee a passing score on an exam. All NHA certification programs and the corresponding exams are NCCA-accredited.