Resources to support your teaching, your students, and your program.
You want your students to succeed and to put their rehabilitation counseling education and experience to work in satisfying, rewarding, and meaningful careers. This toolkit offers strategies and resources to help students understand the versatility of graduate training in rehabilitation counseling and the broad range of occupations available to certified rehabilitation counseling (CRCs).
- Mapping Careers for CRCs
- Engaging Alumni
- CRCC Role and Function Study
- CRC Exam Prep
Are your students anxious about the CRC Exam? CRCC understands! We recommend they download How to Prepare for Your CRC Exam in the Student Tool Kit. It provides easy to follow steps and tips. Encourage students to create a study plan.
Students need to be familiar with both the testing format and the knowledge domains addressed in the exam. The CRC Exam Knowledge Domains are the blueprint for the exam. It makes sense for students to focus their study plan on the domains, especially those concepts that fall into the primary category of the domain.
Creating a culture focusing on positive exam outcomes is important before high-stakes exams. Get students thinking about what will happen when they meet their certification exam goals instead of getting caught up in the anxiety of testing.
You can help by practicing myth-busting, too. One of the primary goals of higher education is enhancing student’s critical thinking skills. You want them to make informed decisions, separate relevant facts from alternative facts, and downplay “urban myths” about the exam.
- What’s Your Role in the Application Process?
Student Toolkit Overview
CRCC has created a Student Toolkit with resources focusing on the application process and how to prepare for the CRC Exam.