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The Path to Become a Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT)

We receive a number of phone calls each week from folks inquiring how to become a Certified Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT). To start, the certification of CHT is administrated by the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (NBDHMT).

Step #1

We highly recommend visiting the NBDHMT website and downloading the free PDF manual titled, "Certification – Recertification Resource Manual". The manual will outline everything you need to know to become CHT and it describes the training and competencies that are necessary to earn certification.

Step #2

CHT® is not an entry-level qualification, rather an additional certification beyond the applicant‟s qualifying profession (refer to qualifying pathway list below).

Qualifying Pathways

1. Respiratory Therapist 

2. Physician Assistant 

3. Active Duty Military Corpsman 

4. EMT/Paramedic 

5. Registered Nurse or LPN 

6. Nurse Practitioner 

7. Physician

Step #3

Another starting point to becoming a CHT is to attend an Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine that is approved by the NBDHMT.

Wound Care Education Partners offers a number of introductory courses throught the year and accross the U.S. Visit our Upcoming Events calendar to see find a course that meets your needs http://woundeducationpartners.com/live-courses/upcoming-events.html

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Guest - Ken (website) on Friday, 18 January 2019 08:52

Dear Sir or Madam. I have a background as a US Navy diver (SEAL Team) and I am a graduate of the Diver's Institute of Technology (Seattle, WA.). I worked for 4 years as the chief chamber operator at the University of Maryland Hospital's multi-place chamber in Baltimore, MD. While working there, I and a colleague served as the northeast regional coordinator for the DAN network. Work and business ventures took me to other lands and other fields for the past 15 years. I am soon returning to the US, however, and I realize the industry has changed and I lack, probably, any of the newer certifications. I am 60 years old and in excellent health. I simply love hyperbarics. I would be grateful if you can give me any direction/insight into what it would take to become certified? Ideally, I'd like to do it during my remaining months in Europe, so as to pursue work in the field immediately upon my return in October of this year. I plan on settling in the NYC area. Thank you for your time.

Dear Sir or Madam. I have a background as a US Navy diver (SEAL Team) and I am a graduate of the Diver's Institute of Technology (Seattle, WA.). I worked for 4 years as the chief chamber operator at the University of Maryland Hospital's multi-place chamber in Baltimore, MD. While working there, I and a colleague served as the northeast regional coordinator for the DAN network. Work and business ventures took me to other lands and other fields for the past 15 years. I am soon returning to the US, however, and I realize the industry has changed and I lack, probably, any of the newer certifications. I am 60 years old and in excellent health. I simply love hyperbarics. I would be grateful if you can give me any direction/insight into what it would take to become certified? Ideally, I'd like to do it during my remaining months in Europe, so as to pursue work in the field immediately upon my return in October of this year. I plan on settling in the NYC area. Thank you for your time.
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