Michigan Certified Assessing Technician (MCAT)
MCAT certification is a limited certification which provides individuals with basic education in assessment administration. Certification is achieved by attending a 2 day course and passing the STC MCAT exam with a score of 75% or higher. Individuals who hold MCAT certification may not sign an assessment roll.
An organization wishing to sponsor and offer a MCAT course, must complete all documents contained within the MCAT Organization Program Packet (Organization Application, Organization Security Agreement, Instructor Agreement and Agreement to Proctor an Examination) and submit the completed packet to the State Tax Commission.
The December 2021 MCAT Virtual Course is now closed. The State Tax Commission hopes to sponsor future Michigan Certified Assessing Technician (MCAT) Courses in 2022. Course dates will be announced later in 2021.