Medical, Nursing, and
Allied Health Training Programs and Testing
Page last updated: June 8, 2020
Access guidance and information on medical, nursing, and
allied health training programs for health care practitioners and allied health
practitioners that may resume training during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health-Related Licensure, Certification, and Board Exams
Access guidance and information on testing centers, which
provide professional licensure exams for health care practitioners and
certification exams for allied health practitioners, that may resume testing
during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nurse Aide, EMT, Police and Firefighter
According to Governor Wolf’s
Life-Sustaining Business Frequently Asked Questions webpage, the following
workforce development training programs may resume statewide: nurse aid and
direct care training programs; police academy, and other law enforcement
training; emergency medical services (EMS) training; emergency medical
technician (EMT) training; and fire training programs. Each program must be
structured around ongoing social distancing, universal masking, and/or other
public health guidance so as not to result in a spike of cases and new
stay-at-home and closure orders. Please visit Governor Wolf’s
Life-Sustaining Business Frequently Asked Questions webpage for the most
up-to-date information in regard to the aforementioned.