CGC Adds Requirement for Guardianship Certificants and Applicants
Effective September 1, 2014, CGC is requiring all current NCGs and NMGs, as well as new applicants, to adhere to the revised NGA Standards of Practice. The revised Rules & Regulations are available on the CGC website for review. In addition, a PDF of the NGA Standards of Practice can be viewed here.
All certified guardians will be held to these revised Standards. In particular, disciplinary procedures will now include adherence to the revised NGA Standards of Practice.
If you have any questions regarding this new requirement, please contact the CGC office at 717-238-4689 or via email to email@example.com. We look forward to your cooperation as we implement this new requirement!
Third World Congress on Adult Guardianship a Success
The Third World Congress on Adult Guardianship was held in May 2014 in Washington, D.C. The event was deemed very successful by those who participated. For details and follow-up, please visit their website at www.worldcongressguardianship.org. If you attended the full conference, you are eligible for 14.75 CEUs.
The mission of the Center for Guardianship Certification is to provide a comprehensive guardianship certification program.
PurposeThe purpose of the Center for Guardianship Certification is:
A. To develop and administer a credentialing process for guardians.
Vision StatementEvery professional guardian will obtain and maintain CGC certification.