CBCCT is now part of APCA. Visit APCA.org/CBCCT for all information pertaining to the CBCCT Recertification Examination.
Update: January 2020
The APCA recertification program for the RPVI and RMSK credentials remain paused as of January 2020. The current recertification requirements to maintain the CBNC, CBCCT and CBCMR certifications will remain in place while alternative options are explored. Ongoing work continues as we carefully consider all aspects of the program, keeping in mind the various demands of APCA Certificants.
The ARDMS and APCA recertification programs for the RDMS, RDCS, RVT, RMSKS, RPVI and RMSK certifications have been put on hold until further notice*. The maintenance of certification components that include the CME attainment/audit, annual attestation of good standing and renewal fee are still required to uphold the RDMS, RDCS, RVT, RMSKS, RPVI and RMSK certifications.
The initial discussions and planning for the recertification program began in 2002. Since that time, the program has gone through several iterations and garnered extensive feedback from the sonographer and physician communities. The volunteer peer-leaders of ARDMS and APCA have determined that the current recertification program design, and even the term “recertification,” does not adequately meet the needs and expectations of our Registrants and Certificants and therefore the program has been put on hold until further notice. We are committed to taking the time to further study best practices and develop a program that revalidates current-day knowledge and proficiencies and that sustains the value of the certifications and our shared commitment to quality care.
Our promise is to keep our community well informed as the volunteer-led task force, governance Councils and Board of Directors investigate new program models that will endure as ARDMS and APCA continue to grow and evolve.
*The current recertification requirements to maintain the CBNC and CBCCT certifications will remain in place while alternative options are explored.