October 5, 2015 – November 21, 2015
Apply By: Friday, October 2, 2015
The CLS certification is now recognized by the American College of Cardiology as qualifying criteria to become an Associate of the American College of Cardiology (AACC), a distinguished designation honoring those with advanced training and education in the field of Cardiology.
In 2015 the ACCL will begin accepting applications from applicants worldwide for the Basic Competency in Clinical Lipidology certification program.
Learn more about this certification and why RDNs should pursue it.
The Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology (ACCL) is an independent certifying organization that has developed standards and an examination in the field of Clinical Lipidology for the growing number of health care professionals who are involved in lipid management.
ACCL provides recognition and distinction in the field of Clinical Lipidology for health care professionals who successfully credential and complete a written examination. Certification by the ACCL provides benefits to both the practitioner and the profession by:
To learn more about our exams including eligibility and requirements, click on one of the Certification Pathways below:
The BCCL program is open to anyone with a general involvement in the field of lipidology and lipid management. Benchmark your professional competency in the field of clinical lipidology and sharpen your skills.Learn More
The CLS program certifies licensed Health Care Professionals and validates their professional credentials to provide specialized care to patients with dyslipidemia and related cardiometabolic conditions.Learn More