NCDA Facilitating Career Development Training and Certification Program
NCDA Facilitating Career Development Training and Certification program provides individuals with relevant skills and knowledge to assist others in planning careers and obtaining meaningful work. Learn more below or register now!
Established in 1913, NCDA is the premier provider of professional development in the career field. With a nationwide system of instructors, NCDA has prepared over 25,000 Career Services Providers and Facilitators for inter/national certification.
NCDA has established an Alternate Pathways process whereby a training program based on the Facilitating Career Development (FCD)Training, or a language specific training that meets FCD competencies may be approved for the NCDA CCSP Credential. This process allows countries to expand their training and their completers to be recognized with an NCDA credential.
The following organizations have been approved for Alternate Pathways agreements:
Psychological Assessment Corporation (PAC): Provides the Facilitating Career Development Training and CCSP Credentialing in China and Eastern Asia. This alternate pathway agreement enables colleagues in the region to access NCDA's training in their native language. Anyone is interested with Chinese version FCD training and CCSP Credentialing, can reach the training website at www.chinancda.org.
Mindler: This career counseling and guidance company in India provides training that was approved by the NCDA Credentialing Commission as an alternate pathway to the NCDA CCSP Credential. Whoever is interested in their curriculum, please visit www.mindler.com.
IDreamCareer: This for-profit social enterprise in India also provides training that was approved by the NCDA Credentialing Commission. IDreamCareer training participants may earn their NCDA CCSP Credential by successfully completing their training program. Anyone interested in this training may visit www.idreamcareer.com.
Republic Polytechnic: This postsecondary education institution and statutory board, under the purview of the Singapore Ministry of Education, has been awarded an alternate pathways agreement. Those completing this training are eligible for the NCDA CCSP Credential. For more information, visit Specialist Diploma in Career Counselling (rp.edu.sg).
For questions or assistance with the Facilitating Career Development Program please contact the Program Director: Mary Ann Powell or phone (918) 663-7060.