Difference of FCCPT Type 1 for Immigration & FCCPT Type 1 For Licensure



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In this video @JustUpright I discussed the difference of Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy (FCCPT) Type 1 for Immigration and FCCPT Type 1 for Licensure. Which one is applicable to you? Which one should you choose? A lot of critical tips inside this video that may save you from mistakes!

Reference: https://www.fccpt.org/Getting-Started/Primary-Services/Type-1-Review

https://www.fccpt.org/Primary-Services/Primary-Services-Summary/Type-1-for-Licensure

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• https://justuprightpt.com/turbocharge
In this masterclass, you will MASTER the answers to the following questions (and much more):
- What is credentialing?
- Why do you need to apply for credentialing?
- What are the credentialing agencies?
- What is a healthcare worker certificate? How is it different from credentialing? Why do I need it?
- Can I just practice with a bachelor of science in physical therapy?
- How can I bridge my bachelor to master’s degree? What can I do to possibly save money on that?
- Do I need a doctorate degree to practice as PT in the US?
- Is it easier to find an employer if you have a tourist visa and actually go to the US to find an employer there?
- Are there really physical therapy jobs in the U.S.?
- What should I do first? What should I do next?
- and MUCH MUCH MORE!!!
Remember, what you will learn here is priceless and you cannot find that power-packed information in a single class on YouTube or Google. You have to INVEST in yourself, INVEST for your FUTURE in order for you to be super clear on how to fulfill your AMERICAN DREAMS without confusion, frustration and doubts.

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LINK TO EBOOK: https://justuprightpt.com/ebook

COMPLIMENTARY CALL
If you have PT friends who also needs help with U.S. PT application, I give a 20-30 minute complimentary call. Please email me at [email protected]

I CAN CONNECT YOU TO U.S. EMPLOYER
If you are looking for U.S. employer to sponsor you with working or immigrant visa, I can connect you to employers with multiple facilities in different parts of the U.S. Email me your resume at [email protected]
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