Or. Admin. R. 584-018-0310 - Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Cultural Competencies for Continuing School Counselor License

(1) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to document and contribute to the professional literature or program development within their district. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and ability to apply emerging research on counseling, learning, and school improvement to increase comprehensive counseling program effectiveness.
(2) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to implement research-based educational practices that assess perception, process, and results data emerging from programs. Candidates:
(a) Use analysis directed toward developing programs to improve students' ability to live, learn, work, and contribute to their communities; and
(b) Use practices that are sensitive to individual differences, and diverse cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
(3) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to consult and collaborate with colleagues, staff, parents, and the public to enhance the student's performance, as well as advocate for changes in the program that benefit all students.
(4) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to demonstrate effective leadership in program development and communication with diverse and special interest organizations. Candidates seek and secure appropriate funding for program expansion.
(5) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to demonstrate an advanced understanding of ethics and laws applicable to professional school counselors.
(6) Candidates who complete the Continuing School Counselor program are accomplished school counselors and educational leaders who have the knowledge, skill, ability, and cultural competence to demonstrate professional training and development as a supervisor of school counselors and school counselors in training.

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Or. Admin. R. 584-018-0310
TSPC 4-2012, f. & cert. ef. 5-18-12

Stat. Auth.: ORS 342

Stats. Implemented: ORS 342.120-342.430, 342.455-342.495, 342.553

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