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AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator

AASECT Certified Sexuality Educators teach and train about a range of topics, including but not limited to sexual health; sexual and reproductive anatomy and physiology; family planning, contraception, and pregnancy/childbirth; sexually transmitted infections; gender identity and roles; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues; sexual function and dysfunction; sexual pleasure; sexual variation; sexuality and disability; sexuality and chronic illness; sexual development across the lifespan; sexual abuse, assault, and coercion; and sexuality across cultures. Sexuality educators may teach in the classroom at the elementary, secondary, and higher education levels. They may also provide education for groups of children, adolescents, or adults, training for professionals, and outreach and education in community-based, healthcare, corporate, and faith-based settings. Sexuality educators also may design and conduct workshops, courses, and seminars; contribute to the sexuality education literature; develop curriculum; plan and administer programs; deliver lectures; and provide one-on-one client education sessions.

Requirements - Sexuality Educator Certification Requirements

Requirements under Special Circumstances - Sexuality Educator Certification Under Special Circumstances

Application - Sexuality Educator Certification Application

Helpful Hints - Helpful Hints for Compiling & Completing Your AASECT Certification Application

Renewal Requirements - Certification Renewal Criteria and Policies

Renewal Application - Sexuality Educator Renewal Application