NHCWA Schools

Partnering With Schools For More Than 25 Years

The NHCWA affiliated school program is designed to assist you and your students. It is centered around those who attend an allied health training facility and want to become certified upon graduation. Take advantage of the benefits when you offer national certification at your school including greater recruitment, retention, and placement of students in the workforce. Our goal is to help students graduate from your training program with the knowledge and skills to take the next stage in their career. In today’s competitive job market, NHCWA’s Multi-Skilled Stacked Credentials can only benefit them. We are committed to working with you throughout the exam process, so your students have every opportunity to succeed. If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact us for details.

School Performance Report

The NHCWA will send an performance report of each exam section to the program director, exam coordinators or authorized school personnel the report identifies the group’s strengths and weaknesses based on the student’s scores from the NHCWA exam.  In this way, program directors can find out which topics they cover well and which topics might need further instruction in order to best prepare the students.  The student will also receive of their performance from each exam section at the end of the exam. Therefore, the NHCWA exam report system can benefit the instructors, as well as the students that he or she instructs. The program director or authorized school administrator will have access to log in and review their schools performance reports at any time.



Students rely on their school and instructors to prepare them for a successful career in the health care profession. That’s why NHCWA works with educational institutions to ensure that the schools’ programs reflect a national standard of excellence. When students sit for the exam, they are able to demonstrate mastery of core knowledge and skills and are ready to begin their career as a certified health care professional. Every time one of your students passes the NHCWA exam, they stand as a testament to the merit of your institution.

Accredited Schools training students for positions in the healthcare profession that are interested in offering NHCWA certification exams can participate in the NHWCA certification program by meeting the eligibility requirements listed below and filling out the academic institution application.

Upon institution approval the school can register their students for exams. This offers their students a unique opportunity to enhance their potential to be hired and contribute to positive change in healthcare.

1) Name of the School

2) Copy of State Board of Education approval

3) Copy of your accreditation approval with expiration date

4) Location of the School

5) Name of School Director

6) Submit the academic institution application

7) Completed contact information

8) Copy of a signed, sample transcript for all allied health programs your school offers

9) A breakdown of the curriculum hours for each program offered

An NHCWA Assigned School Code is required for students or graduates of your school’s allied health program(s) to sit for the NHCWA Examination and also the Board Certification Examination. Students may not receive Certification test results or Board Certification if your school does not have this code

How to Obtain an Assigned School Code

To receive an Assigned School Code, schools are required to submit an application proving the school is legitimate, operating legally and meets our minimum curriculum/hours/ and module requirements for each individual program.

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