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Four C.A.R.E. Member Representatives Achieve Level One Accreditation

Posted By Bonnie Kosco, Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Congratulations are in order for four C.A.R.E. member representatives that successfully completed their Level One Accreditation Test
during the 2017 Spring Conference in Virginia Beach, VA.


The industrious individuals that studied hard and got up early to take their 50 question test are: 

  • Jennifer Argotsiner, Global Connections, Inc.
  • Megan Butler-Hobbs,
  • Caitlin Dennis, Tripbound
  • Ryan Moxam, RSI Vacations

The C.A.R.E. Accreditation Program is based on three levels of achievement. Predetermined point levels are accumulated to attain recognition for each level. The levels, points requirements and awards designations are as follows:

Level One—Qualifications Test
Testing material is derived from the C.A.R. E. Code of Standards and Ethics, Bylaws, C.A.R.E.’s Strategic Plan and Website.
Length of Service: Any C.A.R.E. Member Representative can take the multiple choice test, no matter their length of service.
Recognition: Certificate of Achievement and award of 25 points


Level Two—Accumulate Points for Participation
Action: Receive points for participation. Points are awarded for the following such as conference attendance, participation on panels or as speakers, participation on committees, attendance at each conference session, publication of articles for C.A.R.E. Magazine, and presentation and selection (final two) of a conference site proposal.
Points needed to achieve recognition 80 (includes 25 from Level One)
Recognition: Receive designation of C.C. P. (Certified C.A.R.E. Professional)
Receive pin and certificate. Designation noted on business cards and resume.


Level Three—Contribution
Length of Service: Must be a C.A.R.E. Representative a minimum of two years
Action: Present a proposal for a program that will enhance C.A.R.E., benefit its membership or promote C.A.R.E. within the vacation industry.
Process: Proposal is submitted to Accreditation Review Board. Once it has been determined that the proposal is a viable one, the proposal is submitted to the C.A.R.E. Board of Directors. If the proposal/program is deemed to be implement able and advantageous to the C.A.R.E. Membership and organization, the final 20 points will be awarded.
Reward: Recipient is designated as C.A.R.E. Master Professional (C.M.P). Receives pin and certificate. Designation may be noted on business cards and resume.

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