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Requirements for Certification

Certification in ND is a 3-step process:
Education; Examination; and State Licensure

Education:

24-hours of CCCA Education via the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB).  Education is completed online.

Examination:

Successful completion of the CCCA Examination via the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB).  Examination is completed online.

State Licensure:

Apply for the ND Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant Certification.  Online application.

Certification is NOT required for individuals who solely perform administrative activities of a non-clinical nature.

Reciprocity:

Applicants who are certified in other jurisdictions, may apply for ND certification.  The applicant must provide evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant:

  • Has current practice privilege in good standing as a Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant or equivalent granted by at least one jurisdiction whose requirements (education & examination) are similar to or greater than the requirements of this board; and
  • Has presented to the board current documentation that any practice privilege granted by another jurisdiction as a Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant or equivalent has not been suspended, revoked, or otherwise restricted for any reason except non-renewal.
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