LPCANC’s Professional Development Committee
WELCOMES YOUR TALENTS
PDC's Purpose is Threefold:
- To provide continuing education workshops and networking opportunities
- To promote a sense of professional identity among LCMHCs and the community at large
- To develop a sense of community among LCMHCs by encouraging and facilitating regional activities
The LPCANC Executive Board established the professional development committee (PDC) to enhance our organization's support and involvement with LCMHCs throughout the state. The PDC provides you with opportunities to give and receive professional development through continuing education, networking, and community development.
Professional Development Committee
Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina (LPCANC) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5807. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina (LPCANC) is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Approved Continuing Education Provider
The PDC facilitates a variety of training workshops throughout the three LPCANC regions in North Carolina. These workshops offer continuing education credit to members and non-member participants.
Professional Development Through Regional Workshops
The LPCANC Board wants to promote a sense of community and cooperation among LCMHCs in the state by developing professional ties within our three North Carolina regions. The workshops provide an opportunity for LCMHCs to meet, share common interests and concerns and participate in the learning experience.
Developing a Sense of Community
Regional Team members work with Regional Reps who are responsible for reaching out to graduate students, prospective and current LCMHCs within their region and for hosting informal gatherings where LCMHCs can meet and share. The PDC works with regional teams to plan and promote these networking activities.
Volunteers for Regional Teams
The PDC needs people to help develop networks, find potential sponsors and contact persons within each region to help offer continuing education workshops. These individuals help with the planning and execution of workshops by 1) searching for and recommending suitable facilities, 2) making logistical arrangements, and 3) serving as the PDC's representative in their region. The contact person would also be a member of the regional team.