Professional Assessment and Certification Center

After employees have been properly trained, a proficiency assessment is the ideal tool to measure competencies and help them acquire certifications. Certifications are quickly becoming a requirement for those entering the workforce.A certification shows an employer that you have the knowledge and skills required to perform a job successfully.Certifications are also a way to demonstrate and separate your qualifications from, and above, other job candidates.To meet this demand, Atlanta Technical College provides a professional testing and certification center for students, businesses and members of the community.

Many of the common exams are administered by the Atlanta Technical College Professional Assessment and Certification Center, located in the new library complex on the main campus of Atlanta Technical College. Companies can now send current and potential employees to the Center to be tested in this secure, monitored environment. Common assessments offered through the center are listed below. Companies and individuals who wish to inquire about specific exams not shown here should contact The Professional Assessment and Certification Center, at 404-225-4681 or email pac@atlantatech.edu.

The PAC Center currently provides assessment services through the following vendors:

  • ACT® (American College Testing)
    • WorkKeys Assessment
  • ATI Testing
    • ATI TEAS Exam
  • Georgia Department of Agriculture
    • Employee Registration Exam
    • Commercial Applicator Exam
    • Certification Exam
  • Comira
  • Elsevier Science
    • HESI-A2 Exam
  • Exemplar Global
    • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Exams
  • ISO Quality Testing
  • Kryterion
  • Pearson Vue
    • Official GED® Test
    • IT Certification Exams
  • P.O.S.T.Entrance Exam
    • Correctional Officer Testing
    • Probation Officer Testing
    • Law Enforcement applicants
  • eLearning and Proctor Services
    • Distance Learning Proctoring

American College Testing (ACT)

The Professional Assessment and Certification Center currently offers one computer-based exam through ACT.