What Is The Certification For?
The Center for Guardianship Certification (CGC) (formerly the National Guardianship Foundation) was created in 1994 as an allied foundation of the National Guardianship Association (NGA) to enhance the quality of guardianship services through national certification. CGC views certification not as the end, but as a means to demonstrate to the public, clients, and the courts that the certified guardian has sufficient skill, knowledge and understanding of the universal guardianship principals to be worthy of the responsibility entrusted to him or her. Certification entitles the guardian to represent to the courts and the public that he or she is:
- eligible to be appointed,
- is not disqualified by prior conduct,
- agrees to abide by universal ethical standards governing a person with
- submits to a disciplinary process, and
- can demonstrate through a written test an understanding of basic guardianship
While testing distinguishes certification from registration, passing the examination is just one component of the certification process. The complete process includes:
- acquiring a basic floor of necessary knowledge (eligibility),
- demonstrating proficiency in core competencies (examination),
- enhancing skills and understanding (continuing education),
- maintaining ethical conduct (re-certification), and
- avoiding malfeasance (de-certification).
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