Small Animal Certification
The Small Animal PEMF certification dives into the science behind pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and how it interacts with the small mammal anatomy and physiology, specifically. Through exploring case studies, research, and contraindications, this course prepares you for working with any small animal using your PEMF device and equipment. The AOPP does not promote any specific PEMF device type, brand, or manufacturer and all educational content reflects that impartiality. We aim to help individuals better understand pulsed electromagnetic field therapy as a concept and a holistic therapy, without focus on one specific device type.
By course completion, you will have developed a solid foundation of understanding about what pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is and why it works specifically for small animals, such as dogs, cats, birds, and other pets.
All AOPP educational content has been developed by industry professionals with decades of experience and vetted by formally trained, independent, third-party reviewers and editors.
Earning the Small Animal PEMF Certificate will elevate your business’s credibility, establish professional competency that is verified by an independent, national organization, and emphasize your commitment to compliance and continued education.
The Small Animal PEMF certification is 100% online and always available for review after course completion. Reliable internet and appropriate technology for viewing videos and reading course content is required. An estimated 10-12 hours is required to complete the course and exam.
After review of all course content, applicants are required to take and pass the certification exam. Successful completion requires a minimum of an 80%. The exam consists of 70 multiple choice questions and results are immediately available. Each applicant has two attempts at certification. After a second failed attempt, applicants are required to re-pay for the course and exam.
Accommodations And Non-Discrimination Statement:
In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, the AOPP offers accommodations as recommended and documented by a physician. The AOPP does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.