Raise Your Career and Your Lab to the Next Level by Becoming a Certified Cytometrist!
Becoming a certified cytometrist tells the scientific community that you have cytometry expertise and experience. This proof of competence should increase your chances of getting that job or grant. It will increase your prestige and give you a competitive advantage compared to noncertified cytometrists. Certification enhances your employability and can lead to career advancement and even better compensation. For more information, please visit the ICCE Web site at www.cytometrycertification.org.
You Now Have Two Ways to Take the ICCE Exam and Become a Certified Cytometrist.
At the ICCS Conference in Seattle:
You can take the International Cytometry Certification Examination (ICCE) at the ICCS conference in Seattle on Saturday, October 11. The exam will be offered from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the Westin Seattle in the Elliot Bay Room.
An online ICCE application is available through the ICCE candidate registration system at www.castleworldwide.com/icce.
The test site is listed in the online system as "WA, SEATTLE - THE WESTIN SEATTLE - PAPER EXAM". Candidates must schedule at least 30 days in advance of the exam and any cancellations or attempts to reschedule must be completed by this time as well. The registration deadline for the test at the Westin Seattle is September 11, 2014, at 11:59pm.
At One of Nearly 1000 Test Center Locations in More than 700 cities in 70+ Countries:
You may continue to choose to take the ICCE exam on one of nearly 1000 test center locations around the world. You can see a list of these locations through a link from the ICCE Web site at www.cytometrycertification.org.
Where Do I Sign Up for One of these 1,000 Test Locations?
An online application is available through the ICCE candidate registration system at www.castleworldwide.com/icce. If you are unable to complete the online application, paper applications are available for download at www.castleworldwide.com/icce.