Sgt. Brandon Johnson
Once you become an MFCA, you can then become qualified to train others. With all the information, tools, and resources you need to train others on the course, the Master Federal Career Advisor/Trainer (MFCA/T) certification will prepare you to be an effective trainer and teacher, using your new knowledge to help other professionals become certified advisors.
The Federal Employment Landscape
Benefits of Working for the Federal Government
General Schedule, Wage Grade, Pay Bands, and Other Federal Pay Scales
How Long Does It Take to Gain Federal Employment?
How to Find Federal Job Openings
Qualifying Your Clients
Analyzing Vacancy Announcements
Transitioning Clients to Federal Employment
SES, CDP, and Executive Leadership
Writing a Federal Resume: Examples of a Headline Format Resume
Other Federal Resume Formats
Understanding Occupational Questionnaires, KSAs, and Other Supplemental Information
Interviewing for a Federal Job
Federal Student and Other Internship Programs
Each Check Point includes a quiz.
Five Professionally Written Federal Resume Samples
Now, a Train the Trainer version of the Master Federal Career Advisor (MFCA) program puts you at the helm of creating training and instruction programs for the federal career advising industry.
Topics covered in the MFCA/T:
The cost to take the MFCA certification program for recertification purposes is $995.00, and recertification for the MFCA/T (Train the Trainer) is offered at $1,295.00.
Call us for details at 800-471-9201.
In order to demonstrate your commitment to staying abreast of industry changes, the MFCA/T credential must be renewed every three years for a fee of $995.00. This update will include new curriculum on industry changes and requires an exam. An updated study guide encompassing all the new industry changes will be provided.
Why is renewal necessary? Because career services, especially in federal employment, represent a dynamic field and require that you stay abreast of changing requirements.