Certified Prevention Specialist

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Why become a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) through The Camel Project?

It starts with you, but it's not about you!

CPS training dates are available now. Go here to enroll.

The Camel Project's Certified Prevention Specialist Program is now both Supreme Court of Pennsylvania CLE and PA. Dept. of Education Act 48 Approved.

The Certified Prevention Specialist curriculum is a unique group of programs for parents, educators, administrators, public safety members, business leaders and other stakeholders. Unlike many other bullying prevention/elimination programs which target the children/subjects themselves or which only provide an outline for stakeholders to follow, we believe the key to solving the bullying crisis is to work in-person with stakeholders who have influence over larger groups and provide them with concrete steps they can take in their work.

As a leader in your community, you will increase your knowledge base to recognize and identify the need for all community members to thrive in a safe, non-judgmental and caring environment as an advocate in addressing Bullying and other aggressive learned behaviors, inclusivity, and equity programs that foster a positive climate. In addition, the program Deconstructing the Culture of Bullying: Preventing Bullying-Based Violence in our Schools & Communities will help you improve your mental and emotional health, build more vital relationship skills, and manage stress.

Unresolved bullying behaviors in young people, if not interrupted, often result in bullying behaviors in adulthood. Thirty percent of workers reported Bullying, and nineteen percent witnessed Bullying affecting 79.3 million Americans in the workplace. The CPS program educates and equips communities to set standards with tools, strategies, and a wellness plan to address the destructive issues of trauma and abuse that stems from the aggressive learned behavior of Bullying. We deconstruct the culture of Bullying and the connection between emotions and behaviors resulting in chronic toxic adults.

The Certified Prevention Specialist Program: Deconstructing the Culture of Bullying; Eliminating Bullying-Based Violence provided by The Camel Project can be used toward fulfilling the continuing education requirements for teachers and other educators under Pennsylvania Act 48.

 CPS training dates are available now. Go here to enroll.



  • Reduce Bullying based violence: suicide, abuse, addiction, dependency, and other aggressive behaviorsgroup of people showing the heart shape
  • Deepen community and personal relationships
  • Increase morale, dignity, and pride
  • Integrate personal strategies for a social support
  • Personal and community accountability
  • Develop tools for self-awareness, self-identity, and self-regulation
  • Become a guardian and protector of others


 Our Certified Prevention Specialist program is perfect for:

  • Educators, retired or current teachers, parents,
  • Law and public safety officials, police officers, SRO, JPO, and correctional officers
  • Elected officials, departments directors, and staff
  • Community-Based Organization's leadership, staff, and volunteers,
  • Women leaders, parents, aunties, and grandmoms
  • Business Leaders: CEOs, Upper and Middle management, and staff. 

The four-hour workshop CPS training is offered throughout the year. Please watch the website for times, dates, and locations for enrollment for the training.

CPS is presented as one-hour sessions in four consecutive weeks, one-four sessions, or two two-hour sessions. We can customize times to meet your needs. It can be held on-site, at our location, or virtually. The training is most effective in groups of ten+ people. 

Additional Resources:

Becoming certified includes,

  • membership in the Camel Coalition, which provides access to additional support:
  • one-on-one member sessions,
  • group member sessions,
  • materials, and
  • learning events throughout the year.

*The Camel Project. Certifications are valid for twelve months and require renewal to continue Member status.

Become a trainer:

Each individual who completes the program in good standing and has completed an additional course can join our trainer team and conduct training.

Contact us for more information.