Registration for Certification in Volunteer Administration 2013 Cycle Is Now Open: Why Get Certified?
Registration for the 2013 cycle for earning the Certified in Volunteer Administration (CVA) credential is now open. Sponsored by the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration (CCVA) , this professional credentialing program is intended for those with some experience—a minimum of three years of full-time (or the equivalent in part-time) experience related to volunteer administration. A self-study program, it measures an individual’s “knowledge-in-use”—the application of knowledge and skills by those with real-life experience in this role.
Should you be interested in getting certified? CCVA lists a host of advantages. Here are some.
For INDIVIDUAL professionals in the field of volunteer administrations, the CVA credential helps you:
- clarify and articulate your personal values and professional ethics,
- enhance self-esteem through peer recognition,
- increase personal and professional credibility,
- reinforce your commitment to professional excellence, and
- potentially enhance your employability and/or your position in your organization.
For your ORGANIZATION or EMPLOYER, the CVA credential:
- demonstrates a commitment to excellence in the management of volunteer resources
- improves credibility and community image
- increases organization's understanding and recognition of volunteer resources management
Many of our followers are CVA recipients. Please comment below and share either your experience in earning the CVA or how CVA has made difference in your career.
A list of available study materials is available on our site at http://www.energizeinc.com/prof/CVA-reference.html. Best of luck on the exam!
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