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CCE Updates

The 2017 Application Period for CCE Credentialing Scholarships and Awards is May 1- June 30, 2017

CCE, in partnership with the NBCC Foundation, invites you to apply for one of several credentialing scholarships and professional development awards. Financial assistance is available to CCE credential holders and individuals interested in becoming credentialed.

Available scholarships:

  • Three Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) scholarships; one $5,000 domestic award and two $2,000 international awards
  • Two Board Certified Coach (BCC) tuition assistance awards in the amount of $3,000 each to cover the costs of an approved BCC training provider (BCCs are not eligible for this award)
  • Five Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) training awards in the amount of $500 each (For individuals who are interested in applying for the ACS credential)
  • Four CCE Professional Development Awards in the amount of $500 each (Open to CCE credential holders)

Apply for one of the above awards today. Application period ends June 30, 2017.

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A World View

CCE Brings Flagship Credential to Singapore

CCE is a company on the move and expanding its global footprint. CCE in partnership with the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL) have developed the Global Career Development Facilitator-Singapore (GCDF- SG). The GCDF-SG credential was developed specifically to align with the Singapore labor market and local industry standards.

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The CCE credential holder directory identifies those individuals who have satisfied the credentialing standards established by our organization.

You may access the directory from the adjacent link. When the map appears, choose the state in which you wish to search.

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