What Are Kettering National Seminars?


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Kettering National Seminars are review courses for national credentialing exams required in health care fields. The review courses range from exam preparation for radiology technology and adult critical care to asthma educators, neonatal pediatric and cardiographic technology, as of 2016. Students preparing for credentialing exams in sleep technology and pulmonary function technology and for CRT/RRT credentials can also find review courses provided by Kettering.

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Kettering National Seminars are designed to prepare students for these exams so they can avoid having to retake credentialing tests and incurring additional fees commonly assessed with second and third attempts. The seminars review common types of questions, including multiple choice, matching and true or false. They also cover material related to each career field and pose reflective questions to prepare students for essay components or fill-in-the-blank formats.

Students may also be eligible to earn continuing education credits when taking Kettering National Seminars. The seminars are held in physical locations throughout the United States. Students can also opt to take online review sessions through the Kettering website. Kettering also provides supplemental course materials for students to review on their own, including workbooks, practice tests, flash cards and test preparation tips that focus on time management and test-taking strategies.

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