Research shows that navigators can help reduce health disparities, improve patient engagement with their health, enable patients to get the care they need, and reduce health care costs.

PNTC is committed to providing high-quality trainings so that navigators have the skills they need for this important work. We are thrilled to announce that our program is recognized by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment as a pathway to prepare for the Colorado health navigator assessment.

See required coursework, at right.

What is the Health Navigator Registry?

This voluntary registry allows employers to ensure they are hiring navigators who have demonstrated that they meet a standard set of competencies (skills).

To earn a spot on the registry, patient/health navigators are required to take training from a state-recognized training program and take the competency assessment. This registry is for unlicensed navigators working in Colorado.

What do I need to do before signing up for the assessment?

If you have taken Level 1: Patient Navigator Fundamentals between June 29, 2015 and June 29, 2018 or can demonstrate 4,000 clock hours of experience  navigator in a health care setting over the last 5 years, you can sign up for the assessment right away. More info here

The next assessment will take place May 21, 2019.
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Practice Opportunity!

If you are taking the state assessment in the next couple of months or just want to practice your skills under the guidance of our expert trainers, sign up for this virtual skills-building session on March 14.
Offered free for a limited time!

Sign Up Here