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    1. CPLP Recertification Growing, Developing and Staying on Top of Your Game ASTD Certification Institute 1640 King Street Alexandria, VA 22313 Certification@astd.org 1.800.NAT.ASTD (x139).

    2. Review a highlight of these objectivesReview a highlight of these objectives

    3. Presentation Objectives Heighten awareness about the program. Educate on the policies, processes and procedures. Clarify expectations in order to take away some of the mystique about the program. Review a highlight of these objectivesReview a highlight of these objectives

    4. Desirable Outcome That you walk away with a better understanding of the program and the steps you need to take to recertify. Review a highlight of these objectivesReview a highlight of these objectives

    5. Agenda Program Fundamentals Recertification Policies Recertification Process and Procedures Contacts & Resources Final Thoughts/Words of Advice Review a highlight of these objectivesReview a highlight of these objectives

    7. CPLP Recertification. Is required to maintain certification Is focused on professional Growth, Development and Continued Education Is maintained through testing or by accruing recertification points Is completed every three years beginning the first day in the month after passing the work product Here are some fundamental facts about the program. While it is true that all of these factors are important to the program professional growth, development and continued education are truly the driving force behind it. We consider these three elements to be the heart of it all and what the program is really all about.Here are some fundamental facts about the program. While it is true that all of these factors are important to the program professional growth, development and continued education are truly the driving force behind it. We consider these three elements to be the heart of it all and what the program is really all about.

    8. Growth.. Stretching outside the boundaries of your status quo in order to meet new challenges. When we refer to professional growth we mean participating in events or activities that take you outside your comfort zone for the purpose of tackling new challenges within your organizations. An example of this might involve exposing yourself to opportunities in an AOE area that is not your normal expertise area. Bright Idea According to ASTDs recent competency study in order to aWhen we refer to professional growth we mean participating in events or activities that take you outside your comfort zone for the purpose of tackling new challenges within your organizations. An example of this might involve exposing yourself to opportunities in an AOE area that is not your normal expertise area. Bright Idea According to ASTDs recent competency study in order to a

    9. Development.. Building base skills in order to expand capabilities, heighten impact, and enrich value.

    10. Continued Education.. Sharpening skills in order to stay at the top of your game.

    11. Key to Success Use the information on this slide and slide 14 Recertification Policy Overview as a guide to Use the information on this slide and slide 14 Recertification Policy Overview as a guide to

    13. Recertification Policy Overview 60 CPLP recertification points must be accumulated during each three year recertification period in order to maintain the CPLP designation. Eligible points are categorized; maximum allowable points are assigned to each category.

    14. Category: Continuing Education 30 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. One point for each physical hour of continuing education. Points are earned for activities: within ones current role/job or involve a new experience or new content. Points are accrued on an hourly basis for educational time in WLP-related continuing education events. Points are not awarded for time spent in non-educational time such as breaks, networking, registration, preparation, assignments, etc. Educational activities must directly contribute to the designees understanding of the WLP profession. A maximum of 15 points during each three year cycle can be earned for attending undergraduate or graduate courses. Points are not awarded for time spent in non-educational time such as breaks, networking, registration, preparation, assignments, etc. Educational activities must directly contribute to the designees understanding of the WLP profession. A maximum of 15 points during each three year cycle can be earned for attending undergraduate or graduate courses.

    15. Continuing Education - Examples Attending commercially available educational courses or workshops. Attending WLP industry-related educational sessions at National conferences such as ASTD or SHRM conferences. Attending WLP industry-related educational sessions at local conferences such as ASTD or SHRM chapter sponsored conferences. Attending Chapter events or other WLP industry-related meetings. Note: business meetings, committee meetings and general information meetings are excluded from this category. Attending undergraduate or graduate level WLP courses from an accredited institution.

    16. Category: Speaking and Instructing 20 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. Points are awarded per hour. Points are earned for activities: within ones current role/job or involve a new experience or new content. Points can be earned for development work: For every hour of delivery, the individual receives an hour of development time. Points are awarded for the first presentation only.

    17. Speaking and Instructing - Examples Presenting an educational activity on a WLP topic at a conference. Presenting at an annual meeting for a WLP professional society. Leading a WLP session or workshop. Conducting speaking engagements and/or instructing private organizations. Presenting an educational activity on a WLP topic at a conference at the national or local level. Conducting speaking engagements and/or instructing private organizations (e.g., community groups, professional business groups, for a class at a university or college, churches or synagogues, charities, etc). Presenting an educational activity on a WLP topic at a conference at the national or local level. Conducting speaking engagements and/or instructing private organizations (e.g., community groups, professional business groups, for a class at a university or college, churches or synagogues, charities, etc).

    18. Category: On-the-Job Experience 20 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. Points are awarded per hour. Points can be earned for a first time work experience if that activity adds or enhances the understanding of the WLP body of knowledge. Points can be earned for both development and delivery work.

    19. OTJ Experience - Examples Developing a competency model for your organization. Designing a new training program. Calculating return-on-investment for a new training program.

    20. Category: Research and Publishing 20 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. Points are awarded per published work. Points can be earned by conducting research on a WLP-related topic and by writing and publishing the results. Articles published informally in newsletters, such as learning circuits or blogs, are not eligible.

    21. Research and Publishing - Examples Author of a WLP-related article in a journal or magazine, such as T+D magazine. Author of a chapter in a WLP-related book. Author of a WLP-related book. Author of a WLP-related dissertation of Masters thesis.

    22. Category: Leadership and Recognition 15 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. Note: 30 points per three cycle allowable for activities specifically related to CPLP program maintenance and development. Point values are specified. Point values are awarded per year or per event. Points are awarded to Designees who support the profession outside of their role or job. Points are earned for awards given to the individual not institution Points only awarded for leadership activities that have a direct WLP link. Point values are awarded per year or per event which ever is appropriate. Points are awarded to Designees who support the profession outside of their role or job. Leadership points are awarded for volunteer activities for WLP-related national associations or local societies. Point values are awarded per year or per event which ever is appropriate. Points are awarded to Designees who support the profession outside of their role or job. Leadership points are awarded for volunteer activities for WLP-related national associations or local societies.

    23. Leadership and Recognition - Examples

    24. Category: Professional Membership 15 maximum allowable points per three year cycle. Point values are specified. Points are awarded per year. Points are available to Designees who are active members of a national, international or local WLP-related professional association or society. Points requested must be for unique and mutually exclusive experiences.

    25. Professional Membership - Examples

    27. Recertification Materials Recertification Application/Tracking Worksheet Application Fee - $150 Supporting Documentation (If Audited)

    28. Timeline and Deadlines

    29. Review Process Candidates must submit the recertification application and fee by the postmark regular deadline or application will not be accepted. Application will be reviewed by ASTD Certification Institute (ASTD CI) staff. If there is a problem with your recertification materials, ASTD CI staff will contact you to resolve. If your application is approved, you will be recertified and a new certificate will be issued. Certification staff is unable to pre-approve recertification credits. If you have any doubts about program eligibility, add extra entries as a safe measure.

    30. Audit Process Conducted by ASTD CI Staff via a random and targeted selection procedure. The CI staff will identify recertification applications to be audited and notify designees via letter and email eight weeks in advance. Selected individuals will be asked to submit both the recertification application and supporting documentation of their activities Audited submissions must postmark by the recertification deadline. If your documentation is not sufficient, CI staff will provide feedback via email and you will have an opportunity to correct and resubmit. You will have two weeks to submit corrections after feedback has been provided. If your documentation suffices, you will be recertified and a new certificate will be issued.

    32. Primary Staff Contacts Amanda Riordan Caceres ARiordan-Caceres@astd.org 703.683.7251 Pat Byrd PByrd@astd.org 703.683.7258

    33. Resources CPLP Website: Recertification Policies, Process, Application and FAQs http://www.astd.org/content/ASTDcertification/CPLP+Recertification.htm CPLP Recertification FAQ Submissions recertification@astd.org CPLP Volunteer Opportunities http://www.astd.org/content/ASTDcertification/clubcplp/CPLP+Volunteer+Program.htm

    34. Recertification FAQ Process Heres how it works Submit your questions to the recertification mailbox at recertification@astd.org Questions/Answers will be posted on-line at http://www.astd.org/content/ASTDcertification/CPLP+Recertification.htm on the last Wednesday of each month.

    36. Suggestions and Tips Use the program for what it is intendedto encourage, inspire and motivate your growth, development and continued education in the profession. Points are important but dont let them be the driver of the process. Use your best judgment/trust your instincts when selecting activities and determining points. Over participate if you can. Keep that documentation. Dont wait to the last minute to apply/submit.

    37. Last Words Growing, developing and continuing to educate is a basic premise of our profession and therefore something all of us already do so have fun with it!