Partners

 

The Child and Youth Care Certification Board has partnered with a select group of organizations to promote certification at local levels across the United States and Canada.

Association Partners

Those listed below have entered into a formal agreement with CYCCB to offer exam proctoring, revenue sharing, and support in the regions in which they work.

Child and Youth Care Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
www.cycanl.ca

Child and Youth Care Worker Certification Institute
www.cyccertification.org

Indiana Youth Services Association
www.indysb.org

National Safe Place Network
www.nspnetwork.org

Nova Scotia Child and Youth Care Workers Association
www.nscycwa.com

Ohio Association of Child and Youth Care Professionals
www.helpingohiokids.org

Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care
www.oacyc.org

Wisconsin Association of Child and Youth Care Professionals
www.wacycp.org


Exam Proctoring

In addition to the above associations, the following organizations offer exam proctoring to practitioners seeking certification.

Academy for Competent Youth Work
www.youthworkacademy.org

Brevard Family Partnership
www.brevardfp.org

Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families
www.casapacifica.org

Five Acres – The Boys and Girls Aid Society of Los Angeles County
www.5acres.org

Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services
www.hathaway-sycamores.org

The Journey
www.thejourneyonline.org

Kent State University, School of Lifespan Development & Educational Sciences
www.kent.edu/ehhs/ldes

Key Assets Newfoundland and Labrador
www.keyassetsnl.ca

Sheridan College, Child and Youth Worker Program
www.sheridancollege.ca

University of Pittsburgh
Contact Cindy Popovich at cjpop@pitt.edu

University of the Frazier Valley
www.ufv.ca

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee – School of Continuing Education
www.uwm.edu/sce


Reciprocity Partnerships

Child & Youth Care Association of Alberta
www.cycaa.com

CYCCB acknowledges the certification model of the Child and Youth Care Association of Alberta (CYCAA) as an impressive body of work and, in an effort to collaborate and support portability of child and youth care credentials from and to the province of Alberta, offers an accommodation for those with current and good standing certification with CYCAA. With proof of full certification by the CYCAA practitioners may apply for CYCCB certification by completing the application (including documentation of training hours and support of code of ethics) and portfolio and are exempt from the exam, peer references, and supervisor assessment. CYCCB encourages CYCAA to continue further research and validation on their model. This accommodation may be discontinued if changes are made by CYCAA that are inconsistent with the competencies, ethics, and values of CYCCB.