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Training and Certification
To insure consistency and accuracy training and certification to administer and score the MoCA Test will become mandatory as of September 1st 2019. You will have one year to complete MoCA’s Official standardised training and certification program . After Sep 1st 2020, access to the test will not be possible if training and certification are not completed. If you need immediate access to the test, you can select I am already certified, then complete your certification before September 1st 2020.
If you wish to continue using the MoCA Test without being officially trained and certified, you will be at increased risk for administration, scoring and interpretation errors which could lead to misdiagnosis and liability.
As of September 1st 2019, Training and certification will be mandatory to administer and score the MoCA Test for clinical, research and educational use. Only certified users will be able to access the test.
The MoCA test and instructions are only to be accessed through the MoCA website (www.mocatest.org). It is therefore prohibited to post the MoCA test and/or instructions on a website.
The MoCA is copyrighted. The development of material related to the MoCA, including the development of an electronic version of the MoCA or any other electronic material, is prohibited.