National Certificate In Tobacco Treatment Practice
MaineHealth CTI’s Tobacco Treatment Education and Training Program is a nationally accredited provider of the core training requirements necessary to apply for a National Certificate in Tobacco Treatment Practice (NCTTP).
The required curriculum includes the Treating Tobacco Together: Basics Skills Training, the Treating Tobacco Together: Intensive Skills Training and the Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference. These trainings are a pathway for those interested in NCTTP and are currently being offered virtually.
Trainings required for the NCTPP certification pathway:
- Treating Tobacco Together: Basic Skills Training
- Treating Tobacco Together: Intensive Skills Training
- Tobacco Treatment and Prevention Conference
Applying for NCTPP:
To apply for the certificate, the candidate must provide evidence of specific education and experience, including successful completion of a CTTTP – accredited Tobacco Treatment Specialist training program and hours of tobacco treatment practice experience following completion of the training. In addition, candidates must be tobacco-free for a minimum of six months and must agree to adhere to the Tobacco Treatment Provider Code of Ethics. Specific eligibility and application requirements may be found at www.naadac.org/NCTTP .