Training-On-Demand Workshops and Resources are in the Member Services Section of the website. If you are an FCCPSA Member Institution click on Member Services to access these resourses and more.


Training-On-Demand Index

  • EPA / AHERA Requirements and Inspections
  • Innovation in the Classroom (Reading Focus)
  • Responsibilities of a School Administrator
  • Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age
  • Child Abuse Awareness Training
  • Teaching for the Future, Not Punishing the Past
  • Ethics in Education Powerpoint and Sample Policy
  • FERPA Text and Fact Sheet
  • Protecting Your Ministry for Gender Idenity Issues
  • K-12 Accreditation Overview
  • FCCPSA - AdvancED Partnership
  • K-12 Accreditation Step One: Membership
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Two: Internal Review
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Three: Site Readiness Review
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Four: Overview
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Four: Domain One
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Four: Domain Two (Three Videos Sessions)
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Four: Domain Three
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Four: Domain Four
  • K-12 Accreditation Step Five: Review of the Self-Study
  • K-12 Accreditation Setp Six: Site Visit or External Review

The FCCPSA proudly maintains an accreditation partnership agreement that provides AdvancED/SACS accreditation to FCCPSA schools. This partnership allows schools to obtain both FCCPSA and SACS accreditation through one seamless process.

In 1996, the Florida Legislature established the Gold Seal Quality Care program to acknowledge child care facilities and family day care homes that are accredited by nationally recognized agencies and whose standards reflect quality in the level of care and supervision provided to children.

The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) requires that all full member senior high schools be accredited by one of 16 approved accrediting agencies to play sports in the state league.