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Approved Training Programs
IGCCB has set up approved training programs to enable professionals to identify appropriate training courses that meet the IGCCB standard. Approved status is a mark of quality that the body awards to training programs who meet their standards for training content and delivery.
Many of these courses are 100% virtual.
ICGC-I Approved Training Programs
No fee for New Jersey residents
The Indiana Problem Gambling Awareness Program is part of Prevention Insights at the IU Bloomington, School of Public Health. IPGAP is funded with a contract with the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Indiana Gamblers’ Assistance Fund. To access the courses go tohttps://expand.iu.edu/browse/publichealth/pi/gambling. For more information, contact Mary Lay, MPH firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work has developed an 18 Module, online, self-paced program for the ICGC 30 hour training requirement. It was developed by Jody Bechtold, LCSW, ICGC-II, BACC and includes access to BACC hours as part of enrollment. Perfect for working individuals that want to pursue certification outside of normal working hours.
The Mass Council on Gaming and Health offers a twice-yearly 30 CEU Training Institute in Gambling Disorder. You can register for the next training here:
For more information, please contact Odessa Dwarika at Odessa@macgh.org
ICGC-II & Advanced Approved Training Programs
IGCD Approved Training Programs
Intenta: IGDC Training intenta.digital/igdc
The Mass Council on Gaming and Health, in collaboration with the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling, is pleased to offer an entitled Foundations in Gaming Disorder. This is a live, virtual training led by the leading researchers and clinicians in the gaming field.
You can register for the next training here: https://www.evergreencpg.org/foundations-in-gaming-disorder/
For more information, please contact Odessa Dwarika at email@example.com
Examination Prep Course
Passing score of the International Certification Examination for Gambling Counselors is required for ICGC-I and II credentials and must be submitted to the IGCCB office with your application. .
There is an examination fee of $310 (US Dollars).
Questions about the Exam, contact Certification@igccb.org.
Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling:
International Gambling Counselor Certification Board
20 Cedar Blvd, Suite 204
Pittsburgh, PA 15228