CCTC Review Course



The most complete review course
available to prepare you for your CCTC



July 15-17, 2020

9:00 am - 4 pm July 15-16
9:00 am - 1:30 pm July 17
Eastern Standard Time


Due to numerous requests, we will present a second virtual CCTC Review Course July 15-17, 2020. This course will be the exact course that we usually present live, onsite at a hosting hospital, presented in a two and a half-day webinar format. All 2 1/2 days are required to complete the course. Our regular faculty experts will present the same content that has helped hundreds of transplant coordinators successfully pass the CCTC examination. Question and answer periods will be incorporated into every session to allow for participation and interaction between attendees and faculty. All materials will be delivered electronically to participants prior to the course dates. Webinar links will be sent prior to July 15.

Agenda Day 1:

Introduction to Program Content and Objectives
CCTC Certification Test Preparation and Test Taking Strategies
Evaluation and Preparation for Transplant
Waitlist Management
Assessment for Complications: Immunology and Rejection
Assessment for Complications: Pharmacology
Candidate/Deceased Donor Selection and Pre-operative Care

Agenda Day 2:

Living Donor, Pre and Post-Transplant
Assessment for Complications: Infectious Disease
Lung and Heart/Lung Transplantation
Heart Transplantation
Post-Transplant Management
Content Summary and Practice Questions

Agenda Day 3:

Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation
Liver and Intestine Transplantation


Detailed agenda with specific times will be available soon.



Registration Fee $495.




CCTC Review Course Highlights:

  • The NATCO CCTC Review Course has a 3 year cumulative successful pass rate of 90%
  • With over 15 courses taught nationally
  • Our faculty are experts in each specific organ with recent exam recertification experience to bring you the most current study tips
  • Continual updates to course content based on feedback from recent attendees who have passed the exam
  • Content specifically matched to ABTC Content Outline for the CCTC Examination
  • Live course environment provides immediate feedback on any questions
  • Collaborative and supportive classes provide motivation to study
  • Affords Transplant Centers the opportunity to get large groups of coordinator certified at one time



Please call Donna Dickt at 703-483-9820 for more information about contact hours.

This activity has been submitted to the Ohio Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Ohio Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

This continuing education activity has been approved by the American Board for Transplant Certification for (Category 1) Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification (CEPTCs). It has been assigned approval code # 4000-307.

CE awarded with CCTC Review Course

13.0 Contact Hour(s)  
12.75 Category 1 CEPTC(s)


NATCO is an ABTC Approved Provider of Continuing Education


Host a Course at your Facility

NATCO CCTC Review Course


The Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC) Review Course is based on the CCTC Examination detailed content outline. This course provides the information and confidence that potential candidates need to pass the examination the first time!

This course is designed to be a two day program.

For more information about hosting a course, please contact Donna Dickt at 



Day 1

Introduction to Program Content & Objectives

CCTC Certification Test Preparation and Test Taking Strategies

Evaluation and Preparation for Transplant

Waitlist Management

Candidate/Deceased Donor Selection Criteria and Pre-operative Care

Live Donor Pre and Post Transplant


Mechanisms and Treatment of Rejection

Infectious Disease

Content Summary and Practice Questions

Day 2 

Post Transplant Management

Lung Transplantation

Liver and Intestine Transplantation

Heart Transplantation

Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation

Content Summary and Practice Questions

Questions and Open Discussion



Updated 3-10-2020