Sexuality Educator Certification

Sexuality Educator Certification

IBOSP Certified Sexuality Educators provide training, education, program development, curriculum development, consultation, writing, or publishing in a wide range of issues related to sex and sexuality.

Who seeks Sexuality Educator Certification?

Educators who teach in tradition settings at the primary, secondary, or post- graduate level or in community settings providing workshops, trainings, and psychoeducation. CSEs may work in program development, curriculum development, consultation, writing, or publishing.

Why apply for the CSE?

Certification as a sex educator provides assurance to the public that you have obtained advance training in the field and have the endorsement of an international certifying body. Certification also helps you stand out to potential employers and maximize earning potential.

What are the basic eligibility requirements?

⦿ A current IBOSP membership in good standing
⦿ A college degree.
⦿ Two years of experience as a sexuality educator.
⦿ Documentation of 500 hours of experience providing training, education, program development, curriculum development, consultation, writing, or publishing in issues related to sex and sexuality.
⦿ Have two satisfactory colleague references completed by a licensed mental health or medical professional.
⦿ Adherence to the IBOSP Code of Ethics.