CESP

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CESP Certification: Summer Updates

Virtual round tables to be held in October 2021 focused on state competency initiatives. Join in October for up to 4 sessions with other state agencies about how to use certification to promote professionalism and elevate workforce development.

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CESP Certified: Congratulations!

The Certified Employment Support Professional™ (CESP) highlights and supports those who have earned and maintained the credential!

The following lists CESPs who successfully recertified their credential from April – June 2021, plus new CESPs in May – June 2021. View the full CESP Directory online.

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Updates in 2021: Expanding the Certification

The Certified Employment Support Professional™ (CESP) examination will be offered with testing partner Kryterion. More changes are coming, read what’s ahead for 2021!

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ACRE, APSE, and CESP: Competency and State Guidelines

Watch this 90-minute presentation and discussion about ACRE, APSE, and CESP on March 11, 2021. Find details about what each organization offers, and how competency-based requirements can have a potential impact.

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APSE Podcast: ACRE and CESP State Guidelines

Dale Verstegen and Kari Tietjen presented virtually on February 10, 2021 as part of the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) under the Department of Labor. Presenting from APSE and…

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February Events: State Guidelines

Employment First Community of Practice Webinar Recording Link — February 10, 2021

APSE offers Events & Learning to focus on #EmploymentFirst topics. Find more coming soon.

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APSE Conversations with the National Board: Bridget Hassan

Meet the APSE National Board of Directors. Bridget Hassan has served in many roles, including as North Carolina APSE President, Treasurer, and now Secretary with the APSE National Board. Bridget is passionate about Employment First, the work of talking to legislators, working with Direct Support Professionals, and the CESP credential! Hear her chat with National APSE’s Erica Belois-Pacer including about COVID vaccine releases, CESP credential updates, and more!

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APSE/ACRE State Guidelines for Employment Services Personnel Training Certificates or Certification

Offered by a collaboration of the Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators (ACRE) Board of Directors and the APSE Certification Council (ESPCC). A NEW resource (released 2020) that the collective boards…

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CESP Seeking Volunteers

The Employment Support Professional Certification Council (ESPCC) is looking for individuals who are interested in participating with the ESPCC through either committees or helping with examination development. The ESPCC seeks…

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Reaccreditation Awarded to CESP™ Certification

The Employment Support Professional Certification Council (ESPCC) announces that the Certified Employment Support Professional™ Certification was awarded it’s 5-year accreditation in August 2019 by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA)….

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CESP™ Exam Development Updates: Specifications, Item Writing, and Review

The Certified Employment Support Professional™ (CESP) certification is working on regular exam development to create a new exam form. This is part of regular exam maintenance as part of a…

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CESP™ Exam Development Updates: Job Analysis

The exam development process for the Certified Employment Support Professional (CESP™) certification is important to understand, as the process ensures that the exam continues to reflect the scope and purpose…

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Strong Leadership for Uncertain Times: APSE Is Ready for 2017

Uncertainty is a dominant theme as we begin 2017. Whatever difficulties confront the integrated employment community, one thing will remain steadfast throughout 2017 and beyond…

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