Prevention Specialist Exam Preparation Series

The purpose of this course series is to support preparation for successfully completing the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) Prevention Specialist Exam. The IC & RC was established in 1981 as a non-profit voluntary membership organization dedicated to ensuring professional standards in various health service fields. The series includes eleven modules that correspond to the IC & RC Prevention Specialist job domains. The training program consists of two major components: eleven online course modules and a written study guide. The study guide reviews the content of the online course modules by defining key terms introduced in each module and presenting sample test questions for that module.

SERIES COURSES

COURSE ONE: Introduction

COURSE TWO: Introduction to the Prevention Field

COURSE THREE: Prevention Science-Theories and Practice

COURSE FOUR: Community Readiness and Needs Assessment

COURSE FIVE: Developing a Community Prevention Plan

COURSE SIX: Evaluating Prevention Programs

COURSE SEVEN: Prevention Education and Skill Building in the Community

COURSE EIGHT: Community Organizing

COURSE NINE: Public Policy and Environmental Change

COURSE TEN: Professional Growth and Responsibility

COURSE ELEVEN: Tips for Taking the Prevention Specialist Certification Exam