College Access Professional (CAP) Training
Earn Recertification Hours with CAP
AzCAN’s College Access Professional (CAP) Trainings are for professionals who help students prepare for and be successful in postsecondary education.
CAP courses offer Arizona-specific content that allows you to:
- Earn recertification hours
- Join online discussions with peers
- Complete an action plan that contributes to the college-going culture of your school or organization
Each course spans five weeks and requires just 20 hours of your time to complete.
Scholarships for CAP courses are available thanks to the generous support of the Arizona Department of Education.
The CAP courses are currently in the process of undergoing enhancements, both to the training platform and to course content, to ensure that the professional development needs of all participants are not only met but exceeded.
All past CAP Training participants, as well as AzCAN members, will receive timely email/newsletter updates related to the official launch of the new CAP Training platform and refined offerings. We look forward to continuing to provide high-quality, comprehensive, and relevant professional development to school counselors, educators, and professionals committed to increasing postsecondary access and attainment in Arizona.
Dr. Jennifer Murphy, Senior Director of Attainment and AzCAN, will serve as the point of contact for CAP Training. Please feel free to reach out to her at email@example.com.
Arizona College Access Professional (ACAP) Certificate
CAP Training is provided in online modules, consisting of four core modules and seven specialized modules. Participants who complete the four core courses will receive an Arizona College Access Professional (ACAP) certificate, signifying that they have a mastery of knowledge and key strategies from the CAP trainings.
- Creating Postsecondary Opportunities for All Students
- College Development for the 21st Century Workforce
- Postsecondary Exploration, Match, and Fit
- Supporting Students Through the Application Process
Thanks to the Arizona Department of Education for its continued support of College Access Professional (CAP) Training.
Arizona College Access Professionals
These leaders are prepared to help all students plan informed decisions about their education beyond high school. The Arizona College Access Professional designation involves 60 hours of coursework, discussion and action planning in three areas: creating a college-going culture; college and career planning; and financial aid and college applications.