Idaho has 2 CAPTE accredited PTA schools. Taking the National Physical Therapist Assistant Exam (NPTAE) is required in order for you to apply for your state PTA license, and you’ll need to complete an accredited PTA program before you can do either. Below are the 2 accredited PTA Schools in Idaho, click to learn more about its PTA program.
More PTA Info for Idaho:
Accredited PTA Schools in Idaho
|Accredited PTA Programs in Idaho||Next Visitation Date|
|Carrington College – Boise|
|Next Visit: Fall 2016|
|Idaho State University – College of Technology|
|Next Visit: Spring 2023|
Selecting a PTA School in Idaho
There are a number of things to consider when comparing PTA programs. Here’s a short list of some of the most significant factors to always remember as you research for your PTA program:
- College size
- Passing rate of the National License test
- Lecture room and labroom buildings
- PTA School expenses and opportunities for financial aid
- University admittance requirements
While you bring these physical therapist assistant program things into thought, it may be useful to survey current college students and former students of the physical therapy assistant schools of curiosity. Also, talking to employers whom have hired these graduates may provide you additional insight to each schools strengths & weaknesses.