Connecticut has 2 CAPTE accredited PTA schools. In order to take the National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam (NPTAE) you must complete an accredited PTA program. Once you have done that you can apply for a state PTA license. The following is a table of the the 2 accredited PTA Schools in Connecticut, click each one to learn more about its PTA program.
More PTA Info for Connecticut:
Accredited PTA Schools in Connecticut
|Accredited PTA Programs in Connecticut||Next Visitation Date|
|Naugatuck Valley Community College in Consortium with Capital, Housatonic, Manchester
|Next Visit: Fall 2023|
|Norwalk Community College
|Next Visit: Fall 2015|
Comparing PTA Schools in Connecticut
There are a couple of of factors to consider when selecting PTA programs. Here’s a list of a couple of the most crucial factors to keep in mind as you search for your physical therapist assistant school:
- Program size
- Pass-rates of the National licensure exam
- Class and lab-room buildings
- PTA School expenses and potential opportunities for financial aid
- Campus admittance criteria
As you take these PTA school things into thought, it can be useful to survey present-day students and recent graduates of the PTA schools of curiosity. Also, interviewing employers who have actually employed these graduates can provide you more insight to each schools strengths and weaknesses.