Testing Center Opens in Arkansas for Public Safety Job Seekers
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Feb. 11, 2021 - PRLog -- National Testing Network, Inc. (NTN), the leader in recruitment support and employment test administration for public safety departments, announces a new testing location in Arkansas, in partnership with the The University of Arkansas of Little Rock, located at 2801 South University Avenue; Room 315 in Little Rock.
This new testing location will offer computer-based testing for entry-level firefighters, law enforcement officers, corrections officers, and emergency communications applicants applying for city, county, and state public safety agencies.
This testing site is the second NTN location established in Arkansas. "Due to an increased number of available candidates, nation-wide inclusion and equity initiatives, and social distancing restrictions, departments are scrambling to adopt innovative best practices in recruitment and the use of sophisticated testing tools and administration strategies to successfully combat their challenges. Through our Virtual Proctor system, the partnership with UA Little Rock and our other Arkansas testing partner in Springdale, we are thrilled to have additional infrastructure to offer Arkansas public safety departments our recruitment support and test administration services, focused on candidate inclusion and removing candidate barriers," said National Testing Network President, Carl Swander, Ph.D.
"The University of Arkansas of Little Rock is a vital part of the central Arkansas community," said Kimberly Bright, Director of Testing Services at UA Little Rock. "We are excited about this new partnership with National Testing Network and the opportunities it presents. Providing examinations for members of this community is a valuable contribution to community members to improve themselves and the community."
About National Testing Network
National Testing Network, Inc. (NTN), is the nation's largest public safety recruitment support and test administration company, providing continuous professional testing services for public safety departments, including fire, law enforcement, corrections, and communications departments. Annually, NTN tests more than 60,000 candidates, providing over 31,000 test sessions through our Virtual Proctor platform and 175+ brick-and-mortar test centers in 34 states and the District of Columbia.
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