Sober College, drug rehab center for young adults, is proud to offer a Drug and Alcohol Counselor Training class both online and in Woodland Hills (just North of Los Angeles), California.
Sober College’s School of Addiction Studies is a CCAPP approved education provider. By taking classes online for six months, or in the classroom, for one weekend a month, in six months you will complete the 315 required education hours (including the practicum hours) to become a certified drug and alcohol counselor in California. We prepare students who want to work in the field of addiction and move up the career ladder in credentialing.
Click here for more information about becoming a counselor through the Sober College School of Addiction Studies.
Below are the steps needed to become a certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor in California (as outlined by CCAPP).
Your Path to Becoming a RADT- II (Registered Alcohol and Drug Trainee Level Two) then a CADC-CAS (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor- Certified Addiction Specialist) (as outlined by CCAPP)
Step 1 : Complete the first six phases of CDC training with instructor (270 classroom hours)
Step 2: Complete Practicum module, which applies the 12 core functions of a drug and alcohol counselor learned during classroom hours with instructor (45 hours)
Step 3: Complete internship (255 hours)
Step 4: Schedule and Take the ICRC Exam (www.ccapp.us)
Step 5: Once completed and having worked a total of 2,080 hours in the field your credentialing will change to a CADC-CAS (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor- Certified Addiction Specialist) or if you have more hours of work in the field you have the potential to move up to a CADC-I or a CADC-II
To learn more about CCAPP’s career ladder visit https://www.ccapp.us/ladder/
For More Information about Becoming a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor in California click the links below: