Certification Criteria & Instructions
NOTICE: Change in National Gambling Counselor Certification Criteria
As of April 3, 2007 the National Gambling Counselor Certification Board (NGCCB) began requiring a Bachelorís Degree or equivalent to meet the behavioral education requirement for certification. This ends and replaces the previous requirement of 300 hours of education from a behavioral health field.
All applications for gambling counselor certification received after midnight of April 3, 2007 are now subject to the new Bachelorís Degree or equivalent requirements.
CLICK HERE to download the complete Certification Criteria & Instructions packet.
Below are the individual forms located in the Certification Criteria and Instructions packet.
To be submitted by APPLICANT
To be submitted by PEERS
To be submitted by CLINICAL SUPERVISOR
To be submitted by IGCC BOARD APPROVED CLINICAL CONSULTANT (BACC)