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Nationally Recognized Industry Certifications

Earn Nationally Recognized Certifications & Impress Employers

Every profession requires specialized skills, but not every employer knows that you have those skills. That’s why industry certification is an investment in your career, your livelihood, and your future.

Certified individuals receive industry recognition and personal satisfaction. In addition, you’ll increase your knowledge, your job performance, and your pay. Companies use certification as a benchmark in recruiting and to assess additional training.

Available Certifications

HVAC/R Certifications

NORA Bronze Certification

National Oil-heat Research Alliance (NORA)

NORA is a collaborative program established by the oil-heating industry. NORA's goal is to strengthen the industry by improving education and training for HVAC technicians.

The Bronze Certification is a program for people who have minimal field experience as an Oil-heat technician. Additionally, the Bronze Level will give individuals recognition in the industry and teach individuals the fundamental skills of Oil-heat.

EPA-608 Certification

EPA 608 Certification

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) oversees programs that protect the environment. Section 608 of the Clean Air Act enforces activities that protect the ozone layer as they apply to stationary refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

Under this program, certification is required to ensure that technicians measure up to a variety of EPA requirements on service practices and refrigerant reclamation.

CETP Certification

Certified Employee Training Program (CETP)

Students may also test for Gas training through CETP. As a formal structure for training, testing, and documentation, CETP works to assure that propane and natural gas technicians have the knowledge and skills to perform their work safely and effectively.

Healthcare Certifications

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American Medical Technologist (AMT)

The American Medical Technologists (AMT) is a nonprofit agency and professional membership association representing over 46,000 individuals in allied health care. Since it's beginning in 1939, AMT has been providing allied health professionals with professional certification services and membership programs to enhance their professional and personal growth.

Individuals automatically become members of AMT and start to receive valuable benefits. Successful NTI healthcare graduates are prepared to pass the following with the AMT:

  • Medical Assistant
  • Phlebotomy Technician

National Healthcareer Association (NHA)

NHA is recommended and recognized by colleges, healthcare career programs and healthcare employers around the country. Offering national certification as part of a school’s program helps recruit, retain and place students as well as provides students with a competitive edge in the marketplace.

  • EKG/ECG Technician
  • Medical Insurance / Coding Specialist
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Office Assistant
  • Phlebotomy Technician

Technology Certifications

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Microsoft Certification

Microsoft provides professionals with a credential that acknowledges their skills with Microsoft products. If you represent a business seeking technology leaders or you are an IT professional who wants to be that kind of leader, the Microsoft Certified Professional program has a solution for you.

  • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator

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CompTIA Certification

CompTIA represents more than 8,000 computing and communications companies. CompTIA helps its members stay competitive and profitable by providing vendor-neutral standards in

  • Certification;
  • E-commerce;
  • Customer service;
  • And workforce development.

Learn more about the CompTIA certifications: