Peer Employment Training in Arizona

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This 76-hour course is designed to provide the participant with peer support skills, learning about recovery from mental illness, making recovery plans for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, serving a diverse population, communication skills, ethics and boundaries, conflict resolution, and job preparation. These tools help the individual taking the training to move into recovery and overcome challenges associated with returning to the workforce. The graduate of this class will then use these same tools to help others with their recovery. Passing grade on exit test is required before a certificate of completion will be released.

Graduation from the Peer Employment Training Certificate Program

Upon successful completion of the Peer Employment Training Certificate Program, students will be able to apply for positions requesting skills defined under Chapter 900 – Q 963 Peer and Recovery Support Training, Credentialing and Supervision Requirements in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Provider Manual.

Graduates of this program are eligible to sit for the competency test and, upon successful completion of the test, be credentialed as Certified Peer Support Specialists.

Please feel free to review our current REC Enrollment/Application Form and REC 2019–2020 Catalog which outlines the modules and competencies taught during this course.

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Learn more about PET Training in Arizona.  For information on Peer Employment Training outside of Arizona, click here.

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