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CPE Programs

Levels of CPE

Level I

Addresses basic competencies and issues of pastoral reflection, pastoral formation, pastoral identity and functioning in one or more units of CPE. A CPE student must meet Level I CPE outcomes, as documented in the supervisor’s evaluation, as a prerequisite for acceptance in Level II CPE.

Level II

Addresses advanced competencies and issues of pastoral functioning, reflection, and integration. The goal is to accumulate four units of CPE, including CPE Level I units completed in one or more authorized ACPE Centers.

Extended Part Time CPE Program

NOTE: we will begin reviewing and interviewing select applicants for the Fall 2017 (September–December) internship program in May 2017.

Successful completion of a sixteen to eighteen week unit for one credit unit of Clinical Pastoral Education Level I meets standards of Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. Students must satisfy the following requirements for course credit:

  • 4–6 hours of group work one morning per week
  • 1 hour of individual supervision weekly
  • 10–17 hours of clinical experience weekly
  • On-call experience at the site assigned (if applicable)

Completion of ACPE accredited CPE units are applicable towards eligibility for certification through the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) and the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). CPE extended units are offered twice a year in January–May and in August–December. See Program Dates for more information.

Summer Intensive CPE Program

NOTE: all 2017 summer positions are full. Please consider applying for the fall 2017 internship. We will begin reviewing and interviewing select applicants for the Fall 2017 (September–December) internship program in May 2017.

Successful completion of 10–14 full-time weeks of CPE Level I training for one credit unit of Clinical Pastoral Education meets the standards of the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. Students must satisfy the following requirements for course credit:

  • Six hours of group work 2–3 mornings per week
  • 1 hour of individual supervision weekly
  • 40+ hours of clinical experience weekly
  • On-call experience at the site assigned (if applicable)

Completion of ACPE accredited programs are applicable towards eligibility for certification through the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education ACPE and the Association of Professional Chaplains APC. CPE summer intensive units are offered from May–August every year.

Residency CPE Program

NOTE: We are reviewing and interviewing select applicants for the 2017–2018 residency program.

Successful completion of 52 full-time weeks of CPE Level I/II training for three credit units of Clinical Pastoral Education meets standards of Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. Students must satisfy the following requirements for course credit:

  • Six hours of group work 2–3 mornings per week
  • 1 hours of individual supervision weekly
  • 40+ hours of clinical experience weekly
  • On-call experience at the site assigned (if applicable).

With the prerequisite of one initial unit, the completion of the residency program will give a CPE resident three additional units of CPE. Four units of CPE is part of the requirement for a person to qualify for board certification with the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC). (For board certification requirements, see www.professionalchaplains.org).

Supervisory Education Student Program

NOTE: CCCG is not accepting SES applications at this time.

The CPE program at CCCG occasionally has openings for Supervisory Education Students. SES applicants need to have met (or be able to meet within a reasonable time frame) the following prerequisites:

  • Ordination/religious certification by an ecclesiastical body
  • Denominational/faith group endorsement to train in the program
  • Graduation from an accredited seminary, rabbinic or divinity school, and conferment of an M.Div. degree or M.Div. equivalency as confirmed by an ACPE certification committee
  • Successful completion of Level I CPE and distinguished progress addressing Level II outcomes, usually at least 4 units of Level II CPE
  • Successful pastoral experience as a professional minister after completion of the initial theological degree, usually not less than three years. It is preferred that one’s pastoral experience be in both an institutional and congregational context

For additional information and requirements please see the Center’s current Admissions Policy. To inquire about current or future SES openings please contact the CPE office at cpe@cccgeorgia.org.