Become a Registrant
- An application and pre-qualification process must be completed.
- Submit the application along with any Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Webinars and presentations will be evaluated and accepted on an individual basis to fulfill the Core Curriculum requirement.
- We will help you complete the Core Curriculum requirement. NRRTS will provide On Demand webinars to all applicants at no cost for 90 days from the date that an application is received and verified.
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Effective immediately, NRRTS will designate an approved applicant as CRTS® if the following criteria is met:
a.The applicant has a minimum of 3 years continuous employment with a CRT Provider and is involved directly with consumer service delivery
b.The applicant has a minimum of 3 years continuous ATP certification in good standing
For any current NRRTS RRTS® who meets this criteria, their designation will become CRTS® at their next renewal.
The application fee is $25 and is non-refundable. The application process will begin after the application is submitted and NRRTS receives payment.
The annual fee for Registry is $200.
Once approved, the applicant pays $200 within 30 days for the first year’s dues. Registration begins with receipt of the $200 payment. The new Registrant will be mailed a packet including a copy of NRRTS Directions, Registration Certificate and other pertinent registration information.
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Steps for Application
Once your application has been reviewed, you will receive an email with instructions for the next steps
NRRTS Registrants are Experienced...To be considered for NRRTS Registration an applicant must provide proof of at least one year of experience as a rehabilitation technology supplier.
A rehabilitation technology supplier is a specialist who:
- Works for a medical equipment company that supplies rehabilitation equipment and employs support staff capable of providing ongoing service and consumer support; and
- Participates directly in the assessment process by offering product choices from multiple manufacturers, by offering product categories from different product lines, and provides pricing and funding information to the consumer and referral sources; and
- Works with manufacturers and/or custom fabricators to combine equipment features to meet specific client needs; and
- Provides fittings and deliveries as directed by the referring professional(s); and
- Provides clients with instruction in the safe use of the equipment, offers information on maintenance and care, passes on warranty information and supports the equipment supplied with timely, high-quality service.
NRRTS Registrants are Knowledgeable...
Enhanced Continuing Education Requirement
NRRTS has developed a Core Curriculum consisting of 5 areas of concentration: Ethics; “Funding and Public Policy”; “Medical Terminology, Vocabulary, Anatomy and Diagnoses”; “Seating and Positioning”; and “Business Practices”. The total number of CEUs (1.0 = 10 contact hours). Applicants will document completion of at least .2 CEUS (2 contact hours) from each of the core areas.
There are many courses, presentation and webinars that have been approved by NRRTS to meet the Core Curriculum requirements. Many, if not most educational programming provided by manufacturers and other organizations may be accepted to meet the CEU requirement.
Only courses that provide Continuing Education Units (CEU) will be accepted by NRRTS. This means measurable learning outcomes are identified in the course.
Courses will not be accepted toward meeting the Core Curriculum requirement if CEC (Continuing Education Credit) hours are awarded.
An applicant will submit all of their Continuing Education with the application and it will be evaluated and courses accepted on an individual basis to fulfill the enhanced CEU requirement.
For more information on becoming a Registrant, please contact Weesie Walker at email@example.com.