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Your CAPT activists and reps want to remind you how important it is to keep your PT licenses and PTA certificates up to date. PTs and PTAs are required to renew their licenses and certificates every two years. We highly recommend that you apply early to prevent any delays or lapses in renewal. Failing to successfully renew your license before the expiration date may result in a dismissal. Download flier.
CAPT is now accepting applications for the eleventh round of scholarships it will award to students enrolled in Psych Tech education programs.
Last year the CAPT Board of Directors voted to rename the union’s annual scholarship program the Anthony Myers Memorial Scholarship Program in honor of CAPT’s previous state president who passed away from cancer. The Board agreed that it was only fitting to rename the program after Tony, who was not only instrumental in establishing the scholarship program, but dedicated to the education of Psych Techs and advancement of the profession. Tony was first elected as state president in 2000. He continued to be re-elected and held office through 2013. Download flier. Download Application.
CAPT Consultant Ann Lyles met with CCHCS representatives on May 18 to learn more about how our positions will be impacted by CDCR’s recent plan to move inmates between institutions.
CCHCS presented a spreadsheet at the meeting displaying the impact on our positions. The overall impact appears to be minimal in most places. CAPT, however, has sought from the department clarification in some specific locations. Download flier.
Your CAPT State President Juan Nolasco and Consultant Coby Pizzotti were at the State Capitol today advocating for the delay of the proposed closures of the remaining developmental centers, including the General Treatment Area of the Porterville DC. Download flier.
The Southern Corrections Chapter is hosting a meet and greet with State President Juan Nolasco on Wednesday, May 27 at 12:00 and 4:00 p.m. Download flier for more information.