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The recognition you deserve, the professional development you require
New option! Prepare for your CPP with an online course
The only professional education for our field with training for your daily work
Thousands of professionals have been trained by LERN. Now you can acquire this quality training, education and professional development specific to your field. And it can be done from any location.
The CPP Online Course is offered September- November and February – April. Plus, you receive recognition for your work by being awarded the Certified Program Planner (CPP) designation after passing the CPP examination.
Online Course
The online course includes weekly presentations, questions and answers with the presenters, online discussion, self quizzes to test yourself, and slide presentations illustrating various models of program management.
You also receive:
Comprehensive CPP Manual with key information from LERN publications/manuals, and How to Teach Adults book
The choice of taking the CPP exam online or on paper with a proctor.
Benefits of CPP status, including certificate, press release, recognition ceremony at the LERN annual conference, and other benefits.
Who should participate
This comprehensive professional education and training is for any professional engaged in a lifelong learning program, including:
continuing professional education
community education
seminars and conferences
continuing education
any other courses, classes, seminars, and other educational events.
Ideal for professionals in colleges and universities, community colleges, technical colleges, public schools, recreation departments, associations, museums, hospitals, professional schools and colleges within universities, and more.
Why you should participate
The field of lifelong learning programming has changed significantly in the last few years. There is increasing competition. There are heightened expectations for financial performance. And there is tremendous growth in the knowledge and sophistication of management, marketing and programming techniques. All this means that professionals in lifelong learning programming cannot perform productively without comprehensive professional training
in the things they do everyday.
LERN’s comprehensive curriculum provides the knowledge, skills, study and examination for this training.
Relevant to these Institutional Settings
This professional education and training is relevant to professionals associated with “lifelong learning programs,” such as continuing education in colleges and universities; community education in public schools; recreation in parks and recreation departments; meetings, conferences and seminars for associations; museum education in museums; continuing education and community education in hospitals, and continuing professional education in professional schools and colleges within universities.
Who is a Program Planner
A Program Planner is a professional who performs one or more of the following functions:
1. Develops programs
2. Recruits teachers, instructors or presenters
3. Determines program needs
4. Is involved in writing brochure copy, promotion, marketing or advertising
Program Planners in various institutional settings have different titles, such as Director, Manager, and Coordinator. If you or anyone on your staff performs any of the above functions, this professional training is for you.
CPP Online Course $745.00
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How to Register
EMAIL: Send your
registration information
to info@lern.org.
ONLINE: You can apply online.
MAIL: Complete and
send the attached form
to LERN, PO Box 9,
River Falls, WI 54022, along with your check, purchase order, or credit card information.
PHONE: Reserve your
place by calling LERN at 800-678-LERN (5376). A purchase order, check or credit card information should follow immediately.
Complete and fax the
attached registration form with credit card information or a
purchase order to 888-234-8633, 24 hours a day.
Call LERN at
800-678-LERN (5376),
or send e-mail to info@lern.org.
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