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Join over 115 Fresno County professionals who have earned this nationally recognized credential.
Various community partners will present this inter-agency training that consists of 90 hours of instruction, preparation of a portfolio, and a credentialing exam.
The Family Development Credentialing Program (FDC) is an inter-agency course and credentialing program for human service professionals designed to help families identify their strengths and develop a plan to achieve their own goal of self-reliance. The curriculum was developed by Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology and is currently offered in hundreds of communities in eighteen states.
Participants successful in completing the course will receive the FDC Credential from the University of Connecticut.
Participants who earn this nationally-recognized and respected credential may be eligible for undergraduate college credit.
Benefits for Families
Have more positive experiences moving toward self-reliance and healthy interdependence with community.
Benefits for Trainees
Become more effective in helping people set and reach their own goals using well-researched strengths-based approaches.
Benefits for Organizations
Enhance networking and community collaboration.
Benefits for Community
Creating multi-agency relationships leading to enhanced outcomes for mutual clients.