About Us » FAQs
- Do states require certification, licensure, or registration for guardians?
- What does CGC Certification mean?
- Why is national CGC Certification important?
- What is a National Certified Guardian (NCG)?
- What is a National Master Guardian (NMG)?
- What are the basic requirements for national certification by the CGC?
- How do I become a CGC certified guardian?
- When and where can I take the exam for national CGC Certification?
- Does CGC offer any state-specific exams?
- How and when will I be notified whether I passed the exam?
- What if I do not pass an exam?
- Should I get national certification by the CGC in addition to the requirements of my state?
- How do I challenge a determination of non-eligibility to sit for the examination?
- How often must I renew my CGC certification?
- What are the CGC requirements for continuing education?
- Is there an Inactive or Retired status for my CGC certification?
Complaints and Discipline
- How do I make a complaint against a guardian?
- What can CGC do to discipline a guardian?
- How do I file a complaint about a NCG or NMG with CGC?
Other General Questions
- How is the Center for Guardianship Certification (CGC) different than the National Guardianship Association (NGA)?