ACT Center Network
The nationwide ACT Center network delivers computer-based testing and training services to individuals, employers and professional organizations.
Located primarily at two- and four-year colleges and universities, ACT Center locations serve as a comprehensive resource for developing and serving a community’s workforce and economy.
Computer-Based Testing (CBT)
Each year, ACT helps organizations develop and deliver licensing and certification assessments aimed at ensuring that individuals bring the necessary skills to their work.
To register for an exam or to learn more, please visit the individual association websites listed below. (These links will open in a new window).
The ACT Center network currently delivers these computer-based assessments:
- ABO (American Board of Ophthalmology)
- ABPM (American Board of Pain Medicine)
- ACMPE (American College of Medical Practice Executives)
- ASE (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence)
- ASWB (Association of Social Work Boards)
- BPQI (Building Professionals Quality Institute)
- BU (Boston University)
- CSA (Codes and Standards Assessments)
- CDR (Commission on Dietetic Registration)
- CIV (COMPASS Internet Version Remote Testing)
- CTS (Continental Testing Services)
- Essay-Writing Study
- FSOT (Foreign Service Officer Test)
- IASSC (International Association of Six Sigma Certification)
- LSENP (Liebert Services, Emerson Network Power)
- NITC (National Inspection, Testing, and Certification Corporation)
- NMTCB (Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board)
- PAHCOM (Professional Association of Health Care Office Management)
- PGA (Professional Golfers’ Association)
- Rockwell Collins
- RVIA (Recreational Vehicle Industry Association)
- S&P (Standard & Poor’s)