NDT Recertification

As all of you who are NDT certified know, NDT certification is now valid for 3 years, from the date of acceptance into the program. Re-certification is a new process that requires 20 hours of continuing education in the three year time period. The 20 hours must include a minimum of 8 hours of NDT training. The other 12 hours can be any CE course in your area (pediatric vs. adult). 


The 8 hour NDT training can come from: 

  • ANY NDTA sponsored education including conferences, seminars and certificate courses.  NOT JUST ADVANCED COURSES!! 
  • ANY Non-NDTA sponsored NDT courses taught by an active NDTA Instructor (see our links below)
  • Hours must be obtained in area of certification (adult or pediatrics)

Here are some possibilities of continuing education courses that would meet the requirements: 

NDT Treatment of the Baby and Child – Suzanne Davis

Pediatric NDT Treatment Intensive  – Barbara Hodge

Intensive Handling and Problem Solving for function: an NDT Approach – Linda Kliebhan

Three Day Intensive on Treating the Child with Hypotonia – Barbara Hypes

NDT  and MFR for Children with Neurological Disabilities – Barbara Hodge

Assessment and Treatment of Children with Oral Motor, Feeding/Swallowing and Respiratory Function Challenges: Children with Neuromotor Involvement – Rona Alexander

Integrating NDT, SI and Motor Learning Perspectives in Pediatrics – Lezlie Adler

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2 Responses to NDT Recertification

  1. Victoria Kochanek says:

    With these courses is there a basic/entry course I first need to complete through NDTA?

    • Mandy Washington says:

      Hi Victoria you do need to complete certification through the NDT Association (which we are not involved with). However, you can still take any of our NDT courses without any prerequisites and these courses can be used toward recertification.
      Hope this helps, please call the office if you need further clarification.

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