Apply for CEs through GCCA

GCCA Regional Representatives may apply to have their programs grant continuing education hours/credits for the workshops they offer in their Regions. Please complete the online CE Application form below at least 30 days prior to your desired program date.

You may also download and print the CE Application form, and return it to the GCCA Continuing Education Chair via snail mail at least 30 days prior to your program/workshop.

Dowload Hard Copy of GCCA CE Program Application

For further information regarding GCCA Continuing Education information, please contact the GCCA Continuing Education Chair:
Christopher Wheelus, PhD, LPC, LMFT, CPCS
Shorter University
Phone: 706.233.7417
Fax: 706.236.1519
Email: cwheelus@shorter.edu

GCCA CE Application

  • If a second co-presenter will be present, please include the following: Second co-presenter name, degree/credentials, name of institution, institution address, phone, email.
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  • If free, then enter $0.00
    List which NBCC-approved Continuing Education Content Area this program directly relates to (see http://www.nbcc.org/resources/nccs/earnce and click Content Areas tab)
  • Brief summary of workshop content for marketing purposes. Include how this workshop substantively addresses some aspect of the counseling profession, as identified by the NBCC content areas listed in the previous box.
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    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
  • Guideline: Must have at least one learning objective for every credit hour request. For example: two objectives for 1.5 to 2 hours, three objectives for 3 hours, etc. (refer to https://www.apa.org/ed/sponsor/resources/objectives.pdf) Learning objectives must be observable and measurable. Learning objectives should (1) focus on the learner, (2) contain action verbs that describe measureable behaviors, and (3) focus on skills that can be applied in psychological practice or other professional environments. Verbs to USE when writing learning objectives: - list, describe, recite, write - compute, discuss, explain, predict - apply, demonstrate, prepare, use - analyze, design, select, utilize - compile, create, plan, revise - assess, compare, rate, critique Verbs to AVOID when writing learning objectives - know, understand - learn, appreciate - become aware of, become familiar with
  • Please cite at least three (3) peer-reviewed research studies that have been published within the past five (5) years that you will refer to during your presentation. This is a requirement. Optionally, if you will also will refer to older articles and/or books, please list those too. Please list citations according to the latest APA format http://www.apastyle.org/
  • Please list presenter(s) expertise for instruction in this particular topic area. If more than one presenter, please list program content each presenter will discuss during the program. This may also serve as a brief bio when introducing presenter(s)
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    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.