The CTTS credential is for people who provide evidence-based interventions for people with tobacco dependence.

The CTTS designates competency in the domains of Health Education; Assessment and Referral; Treatment Planning and Counseling; and Professional Responsibilities.

CTTS applicants must hold a high school diploma, general equivalency degree or higher. Work experience requirements vary depending on the applicant’s level of formal education.

CTTS Application Documents

Please carefully review all of the credential documents before applying for certification.


Mandatory Form

Test Preparation

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How to Apply

  1. If you don’t already have one, create an online account.
  2. Create an electronic application for certification (from your online account).
    • Complete all required fields of information.
    • Upload required documents.
    • Pay the certification fee.
  3. Provide mandatory forms to eligible people to complete and submit to FCB on your behalf.

Key Information

  1. You can expect to be contacted by your FCB Certification Specialist within 30 days of submitting your online application and fee payment.
  2. The credential is awarded after all requirements have been submitted and approved.