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Welcome to the Austin ASTD CPLP Study Group Wiki

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Welcome to our Wiki.  We are the Austin ASTD chapter's CPLP Preparation SIG.  Or in other words:  We are the Austin chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Special Interest Group (SIG) for preparing for being a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP).


What is our goal? 


Our primary goal is to prepare interested parties to pass the CPLP exam.  In addition, we strive to help participants expand their knowledge of Designing Learning, Delivering Training, Improving Human Performance, Measuring and Evaluating, Facilitating Organizational Change, Managing the Learning Function, Coaching, Knowledge Management, and Career Planning and Talent Management.


As facilitators, we commit to providing an interactive learning environment on a monthly basis to help explore and reinforce 9 competencies of the CPLP.


What is the CPLP™?


The Certified Professional in Learning and Performance™ (CPLP™) offered by the ASTD Certification Institute (CI) offers workplace learning and performance (WLP) professionals an opportunity to enhance credibility and prove value in an increasingly competitive marketplace.


If you would like to learn more about the CPLP program, you can learn more at the ASTD website: http://www.astd.org/astd/cplp


What you need to participate:


Please notify one of the faculty members about your interest to participate.  In addition, you will need:


  • A set of the ASTD Learning System (can be ordered via http://www.astd.org/astd/cplp/prep_resources.htm) a 9-book set corresponding to each module.
  • Time and commitment to read and self-study the modules before the applicable meeting.
  • A willingness to participate in interactive exploration of the materials.




You can learn more about the American Society for Training and Development at: http://www.astd.org/astd 

You can learn more about the Austin Chapter of ASTD at: http://aus-astd.affiniscape.com/index.cfm 

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