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Certification by the end of the year

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I just finished MEPAP1 and in the chats they would talk about how we needed to get certified by the end of the year. For me thats not possible because I neeed to get some english credits, so I was wondering if getting certified as an activity assistant would be any advantage to me?

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Yes, you can apply for AAC and avoid the NCCAP National Exam...here are the components for AAC:

Activity Assistant Certified (AAC)

 

 

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT CERTIFIED (AAC): One who meets NCCAP standards to assist, with supervision, in carrying out an activity program.

 

Track 1

A. ACADEMIC EDUCATION

30 college semester credits (must include an English PLUS 1 other course from B, C, and D of the required coursework areas).

 

...AND...

 

B. ACTIVITY EXPERIENCE

2,000 hours within past 5 years.

 

...AND...

 

C. CONTINUING EDUCATION

20 clock hours (Body of Knowledge) within past 5 years.

 

 

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Track 2

A. ACADEMIC EDUCATION

High school diploma or GED, PLUS 6 college credits (must include an English and 1 other course from the required coursework areas).

 

...AND...

 

B. ACTIVITY EXPERIENCE

4,000 hours within past 5 years.

 

...AND...

 

C. CONTINUING EDUCATION

20 clock hours (Body of Knowledge) within past 5 years.

 

 

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Track 3

A. ACADEMIC EDUCATION

High school diploma or GED, PLUS the 90-Hour Modular Education Program for Activity Professionals Part 1. (C.C.1-11)

 

...AND...

 

B. ACTIVITY EXPERIENCE

2,000 hours within past 5 years.

 

...AND...

 

C. CONTINUING EDUCATION

20 clock hours (Body of Knowledge) within past 5 years.

 

 

You could also try ADPC if you have 3 of the 5 components.....

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