Ready to become a certified pet care professional? You’ve come to the right place!
Next Exam Window
November 6-20 (October 13 registration deadline)
***2022 EXAM DATES Announced!
March 5-19 (February 9 registration deadline)
June 11-25 (May 11 registration deadline)
November 5-19 (October 12 registration deadline)
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE PACCC EXAMS
PACCC offers three levels of certification. You don’t need to become certified in one level before moving to the next – just pick the level that’s currently right for you: Provider (CPACP), Manager (CPACM), or Operator (CPACO).
Know which one you’re taking? Great! Now, here are the FIVE STEPS to taking the exam to becoming PACCC certified:
Download and review the contents of the relevant Examination Handbook. To access the handbooks, visit http://www.ptcny.com/clients/PACCC and click the relevant exam level (PACCC – Certified Professional Animal Care Provider Examination, PACCC – Certified Professional Animal Care Manager Examination, or PACCC – Certified Professional Animal Care Operator Examination) to immediately download the PDF.
Consider taking the exam in-person or virtually. If you choose in-person, click the “Check for a Location Near you” button below.
- Enter “PACCC”in the Search field
- VERY IMPORTANT! This search is just for you to be able to see local testing areas, not to register. PACCC exams are only held during specific time periods and after you have received authorization.
Complete the online registration and provide payment. You will receive an email that your application registration has been received.
Once your application is approved, you will be emailed a scheduling authorization within 6 weeks of the start of the testing period. At this time, you can choose your exam date, time, and location. Note: There are a limited number of seats on each given date, so if you have a specific date preference, be sure to complete the process as soon as possible to help ensure you get the day you want.
NEED A PRACTICE EXAM?
Online practice exams are available. These can be helpful in assessing your strengths and weaknesses. For more information, click here.