ISWP Wheelchair Service Provision Basic Test
Background: The Wheelchair Service Provision Basic Test, based on the WHO Wheelchair Service Training Package – Basic Level (WSTP-b) and other evidence-based resources, is an assessment that measures the knowledge of wheelchair service providers at the basic level. The test consists of 75 multiple choice questions, takes approximately 75 minutes to complete and covers the domains of assessment, prescription, fitting, production, user training, process, and follow up maintenance and repair. Test takers who score 70% are eligible to proceed with the ISWP Wheelchair Service Provider (WSP) Certification. The basic test currently is no cost and available in Arabic, Albanian, English, French, Hindi, Khmer, Lao, Mandarin, Romanian, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Urdu and Vietnamese.
Intended Users: This test is intended for all clinicians, technicians, students and community workers who are fully or partly involved in the wheelchair sector.
- Take the ISWP Basic Pre-Test Assessment
This is an optional pre-test assessment to help you prepare for the ISWP Wheelchair Service Provision Basic Knowledge Test. This is an optional course which will help you prepare for the ISWP Wheelchair Service Provision Basic Test. This course includes the following lessons: fundamentals of wheelchair service provision, wheelchair preparation, wheelchair fitting, Maintenance, repair and follow-up services and a prep-course case study.
To help you prepare, we recommend that you also familiarize yourself with the WHO Wheelchair Service Training Package – Basic Level (WSTP-b) training package before attempting the ISWP Wheelchair Service Provision Basic Knowledge Test.
After you score 70% and above, you are eligible to pursue the Wheelchair Service Provider Certification (WSP). Please click here to complete the rest of the steps to receive the certification.