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for Priests and Priestesses of African-Based Religion Worldwide

 
 
 

Continuing Education

ACCREDITED PRIESTS/PRIESTESSES

The National African Religion Congress has established relations and a dialogue with medical insurance providers so that Priests and Priestesses will be paid for their work on those people who carry medical insurance.  In order to succeed the National African Religion Congress must establish a process of accreditation that meets the criteria that may be established by medical insurance providers in order to include Priests and Priestesses.

First of all it must be established that a specific Priest/Priestess has the power to heal.  That Priest/Priestess must receive accreditation from the National African Religion Congress based upon their training and skill in the healing arts of their religion.  Secondly, that Priest/Priestess must enter into a process of continuing education in order to maintain accreditation.

The National African Religion Congress is establishing a continuing education program in order for an accredited Priests/ Priestess to maintain their accreditation.  The National African Religion Congress is offering a series of seminars, workshops and/or classes that will help a Priest or Priestess to obtain continuing education credits.

Once a Priest/Priestess has been accredited they will be required to obtain 50 continuing education credits per year in order to maintain their accreditation.  These continuing education workshops, seminars and/or classes will be established at the international headquarters of the National African Religion Congress.

The Annual Conference of the National African Religion Congress will provide another opportunity for continuing education credits.  Attendees of the Annual Conference and World Ceremony of Ceremonies will receive a total of 40 credits of continuing education.  The Priest/Priestess must then acquire another ten (10) continuing education credits within that year in order to maintain their accreditation.

CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER GUIDELINES

 

CONDITIONS FOR ACCREDITATION

To be an accredited Priest/Priestess it is mandatory to have 50 continuing education credits per year in your area of spiritual expertise. All acceptable credits are approved by the Accreditation Board of the National African Religion Congress.  The Accreditation Board will determine the number of credits for each seminar, workshop and/or class.

The NARC-CE Certification Records will be kept by the Continuing Education provider and the Priest/Priestess taking the continuing education seminar, workshop and/or class.  Proof of the continuing education will be kept for two (2) years.  Proof of all continuing education seminars, workshops and/or classes are to be presented at the time of renewal.

COURSE APPROVAL

All seminars, workshops and/or classes must be approved by the Accreditation Board of the National African Religion Congress.

All course credit will be determined by the Accreditation Board of the National African Religion Congress.

All approved courses will have a Board certified number and logo.

To be a continuing education provider, you must submit lesson plans with goals, objections and what each individual will learn.

The continuing education provider will give the National African Religion Congress Accreditation Board a complete list of attendees:

  1. Full name including spiritual name;
  2. NARC I.D. including expiration date;
  3. Full mailing address including any residences outside of the United States;
  4. Telephone number(s);
  5. Fax number(s); and
  6. E-mail address(es).

 

Information on the latest Continuing Education Seminars coming soon.

 

 

 


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