A Registered Orthopedic Technologist (ROT) a trained proffessional that does Casting, Bracing, & Splinting work. ROTs also have a strong grasp of Orthopedic Procedures, built up by their extensive Medical Terminology, Bedside Manner and Patient Care.
We offer a 6-Month course that offers the ROT Certificate, as well as a 2-Day course for medical professionals only (Medical Professionals include -Doctors, Nurses, Radiologists, X-ray Technologists).
1. Complete the Registration Form
2. Pay the Rs. 2,000 Registration Form Fee (Non-Refundable)
3. Complete Admission Forms (we will provide these forms after we verify your course registration filing).
This form will require you to provide a Photo, your secondary school Mark Sheets, and other relevant
documents. Receive your Acceptance Letter
4. Submit Course Payment
5. Receive your Course Login Details from Us
6. Receive your Course Materials (A note-taking device; Course, Casting, Casting with Nursing Information,
and Question Books, a White Coat, a Stethoscope, and Scissors)
AOI is the only Institute in India to offer Certification for Orthopedic Technologist.
Registered Orthopedic Technologists (ROT) can expect to earn anywhere from Rs. 3 – 4 lakhs per annum Upon Completion of course, Certificate for Registered Orthopedic Technologist will obtain Certificate by American Orthopedic and AOIndia. The Certificate obtained from AOIndia is recognized worldwide.
After the 6-Month Course, we will administer an Online Exam in collaboration with American Orthopedic. There is an Exam Fee of Rs. 15,000 or $200 directly payable to AOIndia for American Orthopedic Certification, and upon successful completion and the passing of the Online Exam you will be granted your ROT Certificate.
Placement services within India will be provided by AOI India at the completion of the course. As per level of placement, it is dependent on Student Performance, Interpersonal Skills, Bedside Manner, and recommendation from Dean of Clinical Sciences at AOIIndia.
At AOI India, we aim to make the life of our students the best they can possibly be. We will make sure that you are treated fairly and that you do not face any issues from our behalf. We also make a pledge to you that if there is anything you feel needs to be changed at our school, we will listen and do everything in our power to make sure you see the changes you want made.
Orthopedics (alternatively, orthopedics) is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions, disorders, and injuries of the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. A doctor who specializes in this medical field is called an orthopedic (alternatively, orthopedic) surgeon.
All ASOP members need only email (from their own email) a request application form to ASOP to take the exam. Please use ROT as the subject and send the request to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be sent the application form to be signed by your employer or supervising physician. A special link to the exam will be emailed back to the ASOP member within 5 working days. If you attend a casting workshop you will be emailed the application after the workshop.
There is no state licensure for Orthopedic Technologist in any state. There is no specific state government law requirement to be an ROT. The orthopedic professional certification of the staff is up to the employer. Most large health organizations & practices are now requiring passing a certification program such as ASOP’s to be employed as an Orthopedic Technologist. Medicare/CMS requires that billed office procedures be done by qualified personnel. Having an ROT certificate on the wall shows the patient and government inspection agencies that qualified personnel are preforming the procedures and working within their scope of practice. Casting is not within the scope of practice of a Medical Assistant. If you are an CMA/MA or hold another certification or state license that does not include casting in your scope of practice, you should consider the ROT certification to protect your future employment in orthopedics.
The first step is to join ASOP online using your own credit card. If you are not using your own credit card, please call 727-394-1700 to join ASOP. Your welcome pack will be emailed to you within 4 working days.
If you have passed the ROT exam with less than 6 months remaining on the ROT certification, you are not required to do CE. However, when you renew for the 2 year ASOP membership and ROT renewal, you will be required to do 24 hours of continuing education over the next two years. Continuing Education hours can be in any medical field including radiology, athletic training, infection control, CPR, etc. You can attend conferences or do distance learning courses. You can read (100 pages = 1Hr of CE) peer reviewed journals. Keep records using the CE form on the ASOP website.
You can go online and renew your ASOP Membership/ROT Certification for 2 years. You are required to complete 24 hours of continuing education. Keep records using the CE form on the ASOP website. You may be asked to fax or scan the form to us during the renewal process. There is a $50.00 penalty to renew after your expiration date.