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On Site Training, etc.

Most education providers doing in-person training, have switched to interactive online. Please contact the provider of the training you are interested in for details! 

Specific Education: The majority of course content must focus on alcohol, tobacco, and/or other drug use issues. Key words in course titles are: substance abuse, substance use disorder, drug addiction, chemical dependency, alcohol, tobacco, drug use, or co-occurring disorders.

Related Education: General courses in clinical theory and therapeutic methods, or courses that only touch briefly on substance use disorder will count as related.

Approved Providers have been pre-approved to offer training. These are great resources to find multiple approved courses all with the same provider!

The On-site Training Calendar is a list of on site (in person) courses approved by MCBAP.

Distance Learning Courses are not done online, instead coursework is mailed directly to you.


Additional Resources:

 

MCBAP now accepts the following online alternatives for Ethics education towards the CADC, CAADC, and CCJP Initial Applications. Only the following can be used in place of the face-to-face Ethics education requirement.

1. The Basics of Addiction Counseling 10th Edition, Module III - Ethical and Professional Issues in Addiction Counseling

2. APA Ethics Code: Commentary and Case Illustrations PLUS either option below:

MCBAP now accepts the following online alternatives for Ethics education towards the CPS and CPC-R Initial Applications. Only the following can be used in place of the face-to-face Ethics education requirement.

1.  Ethics in Prevention: A Guide for Substance Abuse Prevention Practitioners