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Why Certify with the NRCM?
Article from NRCM's The Loop, Fall 2012 issue
Certify Your Worth
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Quality Control: Certified NRCM Workforce
Reprint from PMF Newsletter, Volume 15, Number 4, April 2009
Other Sites of Interest
The National Registry of Certified Microbiologists certifies professional microbiologists at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels in biological safety; food safety and quality; and pharmaceutical and medical device. The American College of Microbiology and the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) conjointly develop and administer certification exams in clinical microbiology at the bench and supervisory levels. For more information, visit http://www.ascp.org/boc.
2012 NRCM Registrants
The NRCM is pleased to announce 40 newly certified Registrants.
NRCM Exam Information
Information about eligibility, exam content, pass rate, practice questions, and test administration is available at http://www.asm.org/index.php/nrcm-cert. The application deadline for the April 2013 exam is February 1, 2013.
Certified Registrant Directory
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NRCM Newsletter, The Loop
Access the latest issue of The Loop, the NRCM's electronic newsletter. To be alerted when a new issue is released, click here and select "nrcm_newsletter" from the Alert Lists menu. Anyone can sign up for these alerts. Tell your supervisors and colleagues!
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The NRCM encourages its Registrants to keep up to date with the concepts, skills, and issues of import to their field through voluntary recertification. Registrants have three years to earn 30 hours of continuing education to recertify and to maintain their active NRCM recertification status. Recertification demonstrates your continued commitment to maintaining a standard of excellence in the field.