HS-BCP Exam Registration for Students


The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) announces a new Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP) exam process that offers students the opportunity to sit for the required examination while still in school. This process is for students who will have completed the majority of the academic requirements in the program participating with CCE.

Participating programs must be approved by CCE. A faculty member from each participating program will serve as the campus coordinator, assisting students with the exam process and submitting completed registration forms to CCE on behalf of students.

A listing of participating degree programs can be found on CCE’s Web site at www.cce-global.org/HSBCP/Student. Interested representatives of any human services or related program should contact CCE for more information.

With the number of human services jobs expected to climb rapidly this decade, the HS-BCP can help students launch rewarding careers. This new process gives students an opportunity to test before they graduate and helps them gain a head start in today’s competitive job market by fulfilling the other credential requirements.

About CCE

The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) is a corporate affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. (NBCC), a leader in professional altcredentialing. Since 1996, CCE has provided organizations, educational institutions and governmental agencies with a variety of services ranging from comprehensive association and credential management to specialized aspects of credential review and psychometric functions. The CCE staff has a proven record of success in competency assurance and an extensive knowledge of credentialing, professional ethics and assessment.

For more information on the credentials offered by CCE, visit www.cce-global.org or call 336-482-2856.