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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 CHES EXAM The Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) examination is accredited by the National Commission of Certified Agencies accreditation since 2008. It's an application and interpretation of knowledge in the Seven Areas of Responsibility for a Health Education Specialist. Seven Areas of Responsibility: Assess Needs, Assets, and Capacity for Health Education, Plan Health Education, Conduct Evaluation and Research Related to Health Education, Administer and Manage Health Education, Serve as a Health Education Resources Person, Communicate and Advocate for Health and Health Education Eligibility: a bachelors, masters or doctoral degree from an accredited institution AND an official transcript OR an official transcript of at least 25 semester hours or 37 quarter hours or coursework with a grade of C or better How to apply: Apply OnlineDownload the application (pdf) Request an Exam registration packet by mail-contact NCHEC office at (888) 624-3248 or email tcole@nchec.orgPrescreen if you're unsure of eligibility from May 1st-August 1, 2015 Contains 165 items-150 items are scored, 15 items are pilot itemsUses the Modified Angoff method for passing points To prepare there is a companion guide available on the website called The Health Specialist: A Companion Guide for Professional Excellence 6th Edition. Packet should include: complete application form, official transcript no later than 30 days after application, Advisor Letter, and application fee of $100
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