CALIFORNIA CERTIFICATION PROMOTES PRIDE
AND EXCELLENCE IN THE PROFESSION
ESTABLISHED IN 1954
A NON-PROFIT INCORPORATION
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Why Have Certification
To establish specific standards informing the general public and employing agencies of basic professional competencies.
To identify leaders engaged professionally in the recreation profession.
To inform consumers and employers – recreation professional has tested competent through examination on specific standards identified by the profession and CBRPC.
To verify adequate preparation of the professional while at the same time indicating validity of the profession.
To provide, upon request, verification to agencies of certificant’s original certification date, current standing and expiration date.
To have an impact on university curriculum.
To deliver, administer and maintain certification examination procedures locally.
To organize a base of both Recreator and Recreation Therapist Certification.
CBRPC ANNUAL MEETING
The CBRPC annual meeting will take place in March 2021. Day, place and time to be determined by CPRS Conference.
CBRPC IS SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2021 ELECTIONS TO THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
For more information
California Board of Recreation and Park Certification – Established 1954
P.O. Box 2137
Fallbrook, CA 92088
Non-Profit 501(c) 3