American Association of Electrodiagnostic Technologists
PO BOX 2770
Cedar Rapids, IA 52406
AAET National Registry Examination for Nerve Conduction Studies-Written
1/11/2014 - 1/25/2014
6/7/2014 - 6/21/2014
Complete and file an Application for the AAET National Registry Examination for Nerve Conduction Studies-Written.
Have supervising physician sign Application attesting that the technologist is not performing invasive (needle) examinations and that the physician is responsible for interpreting the data.
Have an AAET R.NCS.T. in good standing sponsor and sign Application attesting that the person possesses a superseding active board certification which allows EMG and interpretation as stated by your state and regional guidelines.
Provide a copy of certification card for Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider under the American Heart Association.
Pay $350 in the form of a check or credit card.
It is recommended that the technologist have successfully completed a two-year college program in neurodiagnostic
technology or an equivalent of two years of college-level classes in math, basic biology, anatomy, physiology, and English.
It is recommended that one have at least six months of experience involving both practical training in and theory directly
related to Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) and/or have performed a minimum of 300 patient studies. This training should
involve both hands-on and theory directly relating to performing NCS, under the direction of a physician or registered
technologist (R.NCS.T.). It is recommended that the training physician be an active member of the AANEM or board
certified by the ABPN and/or ABEM.