NYSPEP'S mission is to promote and improve parenting education, in order to enhance parenting skills, knowledge and behavior.
Please direct all inquiries about the Credential to our Credential Coordinator at email@example.com
The Parenting Educator Credential defines consistent criteria for the knowledge, skills and experience needed by all parenting educators. Basic criteria are outlined in the Credential Brochure for Applicants. Credential competencies can also be found in the Credential Brochure for Applicants. Click on the link above to see the competencies.
Individuals who have been awarded the NYSPEP Parenting Educator Credential are eligible to have their information appear in our Credential List by County 2017.pdf
Anyone who works with families and facilitates the growth and development of parents through support and education- regardless of your work setting or job title.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what sets the Parenting Educator Credential apart, and how it can complement or enhance other certifications.
The four Tiers accommodate novice through master parenting educators, and each requires demonstration of increasing levels of competence.
Orientations are listed on the Calendar as they are scheduled. A limited number of sessions are offered late Winter through early Spring, allowing applicants time to prepare for the annual submission in July. Announcements also appear in the NYSPEP eNews.
Orientations are delivered via live webinars. Leaders of agencies or programs who seek to have their entire staff apply, are welcome to contact email@example.com to ask about the possibility of an on-site Orientation.
The Orientation session details the core competencies, Tier system, and specific information about the application, submission, and review process. A brief Q&A session allows potential applicants to ask questions not covered during the presentation.
Choose from one of our Orientation webinars, and register at the associated links below -OR- attend in-person at the Child Abuse Prevention conference in Albany. Please visit www.nyspep.org/calendar for additional details.
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Scholarships are not available at this time. Applicants are encouraged to seek financial assistance through their employer, community- or faith-based organizations, or online fundraising platforms.
Those who hold the Credential and do not advance to the next Tier, or have attained Tier IV, are required to renew certification every four years to continue holding the Credential. The first round of renewal applications are due Summer 2016. A minimum of 20 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) are required.
Please direct all inquiries about the Credential to the Credential Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org