Child and Youth Care Certification
National Safe Place Network is pleased to partner with the Academy for Competent Youth Work to provide Child and Youth Care (CYC) Certification training. The Academy for Competent Youth Work is effectively transforming the practice of child and youth care by focusing on these core goals: 1) Prepare a competent, international youth care workforce; 2) Help youth care organizations develop and implement research-based best practices; 3) Advocate for quality services for children, youth, and families; and 4) Advocate on behalf of Child and Youth Care Practitioners.
Through this partnership, NSPN will officially offer the "Child and Youth Care: Foundations" course and certification exam. Participants may pursue certification at the Basic and Associate levels (national certification) or the Professional level (international certification). To learn more about the CYC Certification, please visit http://cyccb.org/.
There are many benefits to becoming a certified youth care worker:
The "Child and Youth Care: Foundations" course is eight 5-hour modules that include the following topics:
Download the Child and Youth Care: Foundations course and pricing pricing guide or contact Katie Carter at 502.635.3660.
Are you ready to get certified? Sign up for our next event:
The next Child and Youth Care: Foundations course and certification will be held on:
Part 1: September 13-15, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please note: Participants MUST attend both training sessions. If you are unable to attend BOTH sessions, please do not register for this specific training time.
*Fee includes cost of course and workbook. It does not include additional fee for certification testing at the end of the course. Participants are responsible for travel costs, including food, hotel, and transportation.