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Health Educators

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

The NCHEC offers the certified health education specialist and master certified health education specialist credentials to applicants who meet educational and experience requirements and pass an examination. Certification is voluntary, but some employers require applicants to possess one or both of these credentials. Additionally, health educators who hold one or both of these certifications often earn higher salaries than educators who are not certified. Visit https://www.nchec.org/health-education-credentialing for more information on these credentials.

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