Whether you work primarily in instructional design, technical documentation, process improvement, or performance consulting, this workshop will show you how the CPT can help you prove that your work adds value to your clients.
During this workshop you will get an overview of the standards on which the Certified Performance Technology (CPT) is based, the certification process, and how the credential came about. As a result, you will gain a deeper understanding of the standards and the criteria for achieving the CPT. You will engage in exercises where you will apply a reviewer's checklist to sample applications. You will see examples of well-documented applications and reviewers' feedback on some that did not meet the standards. You will also use a self-assessment guide to determine your readiness to apply for the certification.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand the value of the CPT certification to them and their organization
- Better evaluate their work and the work of others
- Assess their readiness to apply for the CPT designation
- Develop a plan for their professional growth
*The CPT application fee is included in the price of the workshop.
Judith Hale, CPT, CACP, CIDD, Ibstpi Fellow has been a consultant to the public and private sectors for over 25 years. She has presented since 1980 and earned the Gilbert, Outstanding Member, and Member for Awards. Her award winning and popular publications on credentialing are: Performance-Based Certification, the Test Development Workbook, and the article Application of Principles of Performance-Based Assessment to Corporate Certifications. Judith has served as President of ISPI and its director of Certification.