HUMAN SERVICES

Board Certified Practitioner Pass Rates

The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) promotes the newly implemented Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner (HS-BCP), created with the assistance of the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) in consultation with the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE).

The Center for Credentialing and Education explains that because the HS-BCP credential is new, many employers may not have heard of it yet. The credential is voluntary; you do not have to be board certified, but certification denotes standards and quality of performance.

The HS-BCP certifies that you incorporate the 11 core Human Services content areas by following the national standards determined through your education and experiences.  Holding this certification proves to your employer and the public by passing the  national standards examination.  Certification also demonstrates commitment to the practice of human services and helps professionalize the field of human services.

Human Services Practitioners allow services to reach more clients by performing much of the direct contact necessary to the helping professions. The addition of the certification initials to their credentials may make their resumes more attractive. Prospective employers may set apart, in a preferred category, the professional who is a Board Certified Human Service Board Certified Practitioner.

 

Spring 2016

Fall 2016

Spring 2017

Number of Students

3

2

9

Number Passed

1

0

2

Number Failed

2

2

7

Pass Rate

33.33%

0.00

22.22%