With immediate effect, the Board is accepting applications for a live virtual method of undertaking the 40-hour CHT preceptorship requirement. Those wishing to take advantage of this opportunity are invited to apply to the Board. In doing so, please describe how you intend to facilitate this process, including responses to the following:
Each student is still required to complete and submit the Preceptor Notification Form.
This virtual preceptorship process will remain in force until formally rescinded by the Board, with 90 days’ notice. Any related questions…contact Board headquarters.
Dick Clarke, president
National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated May 24, 2021