Become Certified » OregonOregon Certified Professional Fiduciary Certification is a voluntary program administered through the Center for Guardianship Certification. You must be a National Certified Guardian (NCG) to become and Oregon Certified Professional Fiduciary (OCPF). Taking both the national test and Oregon test for certification is permitted but you have to pass the national test before being recognized as an Oregon Certified Professional Fiduciary. Oregon Certified Professional Fiduciary Certification is not required under Oregon Law. It is not required for court appointment as a guardian, conservator or trustee.
The following must be read prior to completion of required documents.
- How to Apply for Oregon Certification
- Rules & Regulations
- CGC Exam Handbook
- Core Competencies
Required Documents - CGC must receive the following
- Signature Pages
- Educational Verification (This is part of the application process. You will have to provide proof of your education by obtaining copies of your transcripts or records to upload to the application)
- Employment/Experience Verification (You are required to download one or both of the forms below, send them to either your previous employer or to individual(s) for whom you worked as a guardian, and have them return them directly to CGC. These forms must be returned to CGC by the employer or individual to whom you send them or they will not be accepted.)
- NCG affidavit of experience (for self-employed individuals)
- NCG affidavit of employment
- NCG affidavit of course completion
- Application/Payment for required documents