Earning the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation expands your capability, demonstrates your credibility as a practicing professional, and builds the confidence necessary to be a high performing contributor in your organization.
Closely aligned with the ASTD Competency Model, the CPLP® Certification process assesses knowledge and skills across ten Areas of Expertise (AOEs). A rigorous certification process helps to ensure that certain levels of expertise have been attained.
The ASTD Certification Institute built the CPLP credential to provide a way for workplace learning and performance professionals to prove their value to employers and to be confident about their knowledge of the field. A CPLP® Certification can help you:
- Improve opportunities for career advancement and increased earnings
- Differentiate yourself in a competitive job market
- Increase and validate your skills and knowledge
- Enhance your professional reputation
- Achieve personal accomplishment
During this session, we will cover:
- Why would you even consider taking the time and effort to earn the CPLP
- The history or basis for the credential
- The qualifying process
- How to actually earn the CPLP
"The value of CPLP is what it says about the credential holder. It says, I know how to help organizations get results!"
Bob Pike, CPLP Fellow
CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame
About the Presenter:
Dr. Jo Lynn Feinstein was part of the pilot program and among the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation. Since then, she has renewed her certification twice, served as a question writer and reviewer for the CPLP knowledge exam, and delivered training for the CPLP exam prep program.
Jo Lynn has been actively engaged in individual and organizational performance improvement for nearly 20 years. She has worked with public and private organizations, from startups to Fortune 100 companies. She holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and an MBA.
This year, Jo Lynn served for the first time as a reviewer for ASTD’s Best in Practice awards. She has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in organization management, communication and training, and currently works with HealthCare Partners in Torrance.
DATE: Thursday, May 29, 2014
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. pacific time (You serve yourself lunch while we serve up some knowledge!)
Location: Your nearest and most comfortable internet connection
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