American Reflexology Certification Board ®

Setting the highest testing standards to which Professional Reflexologists aspire since 1991.

 Feb 26
2022

Georgia
To be determined

 Mar 26
2022

New Hampshire
To be determined

 April 9
2022

Ft Lauderdale, FL
To be determined

 April 23
2022

Los Angeles, CA
To be determined

 May 7
2022

Seattle, WA
To be determined

 May 21
2022

Denver, CO
To be determined

 June 11
2022

Buffalo, NY
To be determined

 June 18
2022

Columbus, OH
To be determined

 July 9
2022

Indianapolis, IN
To be determined

 July 23
2022

Dallas, TX
To be determined

 Aug 13
2022

Portland, OR
To be determined

 August 27
2022

Grand Rapids, MI
To be determined

 Sept 10
2022

Asheville, NC
To be determined

 Sept 24
2022

New York, NY
To be determined

 Oct 8
2022

Atlanta, GA
To be determined

 Oct 22
2022

Phoenix, AZ
To be determined

 Nov 5
2022

Seattle, WA
To be determined

COVID POLICY
The health and safety of both our examinees and proctors is a priority to the ARCB. The following policy is designed in response to the continued challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic. While our policy is consistent with national guidelines, it may be modified as required. The policy and any updates will be posted on the ARCB website.

• The test area will be sanitized prior to the examinees’ arrival. Sanitation supplies will be provided.
• If you are sick, please reschedule your examination.
• If you exhibit symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be asked to reschedule your exam for another time.
• Proof of a negative Covid test, within 72 hours of your scheduled test, must be presented at check-in.
A candidate who does not show proof of a negative Covid test within the specified timeframe will be asked to leave.
• Both the proctors and examinees must wear masks for the duration of the written and proctored portions of the test. Refer to the CDC guidelines for masks.
(https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/about-face-coverings.html)
Proctors will have masks available if you do not arrive with a mask.
Both your mouth and nose must be covered throughout the written and proctored portions of the test.
If you cannot wear a mask due to medical reasons, please contact our office.
An examinee who refuses to wear a mask or to follow ARCB policies for masking will be asked to leave.

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