About The BCCA

The Importance of Certification in Clinical Anaplastology 

The Importance of BCCA Credentialing 

  • Protecting the public

  • Meeting the needs of employers, practitioners, and the public by identifying individuals with certain knowledge and skills

  • Assuring consumers that professionals have met standards of practice

  • Demonstrating an individual's commitment to a profession and to lifelong learning

  • Providing an individual with a sense of pride and professional accomplishment 

BCCA Certification Program Purposes

  • Establish the body of knowledge for anaplastology professionals

  • Assess the level of knowledge demonstrated by anaplastology professionals in a valid and reliable manner

  • Encourage professional growth in the field of clinical anaplastology

  • Formally recognize individuals who meet the requirements set by BCCA Board of Directors

  • Serve the public by encouraging quality clinical anaplastology services

©2018 Board For Certification in Clinical Anaplastology

PO Box 8685  Delray Beach,  FL  33482
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