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HT/HTL Prep Course Package

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    • Non-member - $399
    • Core Member - $299
    • Student Member - $299
    • Enhanced Member - $299

The NSH HT Exam Prep Course is designed for students that are studying for the HT certification exam. The course will include exam content, study material and resources available to help with the studying process. The course will also explain the concept of computer adaptive testing and time will be spent discussing exam taking strategies. Review topics include Fixation, Processing, Microtomy, Staining, Special Stains Immunohistochemistry and Lab Math.

The HTL module review topics include Advanced Immunohistochemistry, Electron Microscopy, Enzyme Histochemistry and Education Methodology.

  • HT Prep Course

    Contains 27 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The NSH HT Exam Prep Course is designed for students that are studying for the HT certification exam.

    The NSH HT Exam Prep Course is designed for students that are studying for the HT certification exam.  It is especially beneficial to those that are taking the exam through the on-the-job training route. The course will include exam content, study material and resources available to help with the studying process.  The course will also explain the concept of computer adaptive testing and time will be spent discussing exam taking strategies.   Review topics include Fixation, Processing, Microtomy, Staining, Special Stains Immunohistochemistry and Lab Math. 

    Learning Module Format: The course contains several hours of lectures. To ensure this large amount of material is digestible the course has been split into topic modules.

    Knowledge Checks: At the conclusion of each section you will be asked to complete a Knowledge Check. Knowledge Checks consist of several questions – asked in a variety of formats - about the section you just completed.

    Final Exam: The course completes with a Final Exam consisting of 20 questions. You must receive a 70% or better to receive your certificate of completion for your CEU credits for the course.

    Jamie Pert, BS, HTL(ASCP)cm, MBcm, QIHCcm

    Jamie is the Program Director of the Schools of Histotechnology (HT and HTL) programs at Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak, Michigan. Previous to that she worked as a bench histotechnologist in the immunohistochemistry/molecular lab of anatomic pathology at Beaumont Hospital, and in that time she also worked as a contingent histotechnologist in private GI and Dermatopathology laboratories. Jamie completed her B.S. at Grand Valley State University and she is certified as a histotechnologist (HTL), molecular biologist (MB), and also has her Qualification in Immunohistochemistry (QIHC) through ASCP. 

    Ada Feldman, MS, HT(ASCP), HTL(ASCP)

    Ada Feldman is the CEO at ANATECH, LTD, Battle Creek, MI. She has multiple publications and recently co-written Tissue Processing and Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining in Histopathology Methods and Protocols and Laboratory Safety in Theory and Practice of Histological Techniques, 8th edition. She is frequently invited to speak at state, national and international histology seminars and for webinars. She has received several National Society for Histotechnology awards (J.B. McCormick, M.D. Award; Golden Forcep Award, and Convention Award) as well as several awards from state histology societies. Ada has held several positions including President and Treasurer in the Michigan Society of Histotechnologists. 

  • HTL Prep Course

    Contains 19 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The NSH HTL Exam Prep Course is designed for students that are studying for the HTL certification exam.

    This course is designed as an add on module to the HT Prep Course - it’s focus are specific topics covered on the HTL certification exam.  It is especially helpful for those that are taking the exam through the on-the-job training route.   Discussion will include exam content, study material and resources available to help with the studying process. The course will also explain the concept of computer adaptive testing and time will be spent discussing exam taking strategies. Review topics include Advanced Immunohistochemistry, Electron Microscopy, Enzyme Histochemistry and Education Methodology.

    Learning Module Format: The course contains several hours of lectures. To ensure this large amount of material is digestible the course has been split into topic modules.

    Knowledge Checks: At the conclusion of each section you will be asked to complete a Knowledge Check. Knowledge Checks consist of several questions – asked in a variety of formats - about the section you just completed.

    Final Exam: The course completes with a Final Exam consisting of 10 questions. You must receive a 70% or better to receive your CEU credits for the course.

    Jamie Pert, BS, HTL(ASCP)cm, MBcm, QIHCcm

    Jamie is the Program Director of the Schools of Histotechnology (HT and HTL) programs at Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak, Michigan. Previous to that she worked as a bench histotechnologist in the immunohistochemistry/molecular lab of anatomic pathology at Beaumont Hospital, and in that time she also worked as a contingent histotechnologist in private GI and Dermatopathology laboratories. Jamie completed her B.S. at Grand Valley State University and she is certified as a histotechnologist (HTL), molecular biologist (MB), and also has her Qualification in Immunohistochemistry (QIHC) through ASCP. 

    Peggy Wenk, BA, BS, HTL(ASCP)SLS

    Peggy A. Wenk was a top rated teacher & beloved member of NSH for decades. She passed away on July 26, 2014 at the age of 62. Peggy was hired in 1980 as a histotechnologist and a few years later she became the Program Director for the Schools of Histotechnology at Beaumont Hospital. She served in that position until her retirement in September 2013 and worked as a contingent thereafter. Histology was her specialty but teaching was her passion. Peggy enjoyed teaching others and developed a first class program that was nationally recognized. She gave over 300 presentations and teleconferences for the National Society of Histotechnology (NSH), for state societies and others.Her dedication in the histotechnology field earned her the Histotechnologist of the Year Award in 2007 and the J.B. McCormick Award in 2013 for outstanding and exceptional service to the NSH.