The FPCC credential is awarded to individuals who demonstrate their participation in a range of activities to:
- LEARN continuously to expand their knowledge in person-centered care
- DO the work to apply that knowledge in practice.
- SHARE their knowledge to advance the field.
To earn the credential, applicants must present evidence of activities within each of these three areas (Learn, Do and Share). A menu of credit options outlines activities that earn credit toward the credential. The number of credits varies based on the activity. A total of 20 credits, spread across the three areas, is required to be awarded the credential.
The menu of activities has been designed to maximize flexibility for how individuals can earn the required 20 points. There are options geared toward individuals in varied roles and at any stage of their career.