General educational requirements and identification of core competencies are specific to the individual disciplines.
Resources for professional development on AT devices and services are available at Conferences, Tradeshows and online. Locations and dates are posted in the Calendar. Additional training opportunities are available from Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers (RERC) and Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers (RRTC).
Opportunities for post-secondary education include healthcare, education, engineering, and counseling. Some university programs offer assistive technology courses as part of the core curriculum or as electives to their curriculum. University programs which offer certificates in assistive technology require completion of assigned coursework.
The RESNA store currently offers publications in various areas of AT practice.