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Read Employee Benefit News article regarding CRP:

New certification program trains recognition professionals
By Lynn Gresham  

Employee Benefit News

CHRP, CCP, CEBS - these initials after your name tell the world that you possess special HR knowledge and skills recognized by peers and valued by employers. Recently, another certification was added to this list: Certified Recognition Professional or CRP.

 

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Certified Recognition Professional® courses
Current Recognition Professionals International® membership required.

ON-SITE options:

 

  1. McCormick Place, Chicago IL (Fall Summit)
    Monday, September 28, 2009
       - CRP I
       - CRP III

    Tuesday, September 29, 2009
       - CRP II
       - CRP IV

     
    Click HERE to register for the Fall Summit CRP Courses

ON-LINE option-NEW!

Register today! Click here for: REGISTRATION

Certified Recognition Professional® course I, Structuring Recognition Systems for Success is now available online. To become a Certified Recognition Professional® (CRP), you must complete the four courses and pass all required testing. CRP I is the prerequisite of all RPI certification courses.  Once you’ve completed CRP I, you may take courses II, III and IV in any order.

CRP GRADUATES

Certified Recognition Professional®, (CRP) Course Description & Fees:
STRUCTURING RECOGNITION SYSTEMS FOR SUCCESS - CRP I,
STRATEGIC PLANNING & MEASUREMENT - CRP II
RECOGNITION MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE - CRP III
APPLYING RECOGNITION SYSTEMS - CRP IV




Read Employee Benefit News article regarding CRP:
New certification program trains recognition professionals
By Lynn Gresham  
Employee Benefit News

CHRP, CCP, CEBS - these initials after your name tell the world that you possess special HR knowledge and skills recognized by peers and valued by employers. Recently, another certification was added to this list: Certified Recognition Professional or CRP.


Recognition Professionals International (RPI) has been approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA 22102.


All effective recognition programs are dynamic cycles of assessment, strategy, implementation, and review.  While this cycle is easy to define, it's difficult to execute well.  Recognition Professionals International® (RPI) developed the Certified Recognition Professional® (CRP) program and curriculum to guide participants through this Best Practice process and produce measurable benefits for their organizations.

A vital part of any professional's growth and development is access to an educational environment that offers the appropriate knowledge and skill set.  RPI has established performance standards and criteria for our emerging profession that produce bottom line results.  With these outcomes in mind, it is our intent to provide our members the educational opportunities and training necessary to achieve next level excellence and expertise.

Responding to employer needs and industry trends, RPI has developed the Certified Recognition Professional®, CRP curriculum.  To earn a CRP designation candidates will complete four facilitator-led courses and pass the required testing.  The RPI Certified Recognition Professional program sets the standard for assessment of an individuals' abilities and provides a means for Recognition Professionals to acquire the needed skills and knowledge in order to excel.

Candidates enrolled in the RPI Certified Recognition Professional, CRP certification program will apply sound adult learning principles to ensure transfer and retention of learning.  Coursework is designed to convey the essence of RPI's seven Best Practice Standards with practical applications that provide a knowledge base for continual organizational improvement. Course titles are as follows:

  • STRUCTURING RECOGNITION SYSTEMS FOR SUCCESS - CRP I,
  • STRATEGIC PLANNING & MEASUREMENT - CRP II*
  • RECOGNITION MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE - CRP III*
  • APPLYING RECOGNITION SYSTEMS - CRP IV*

*Prerequisite course: Structuring Recognition Programs for Success

Program goals include:

  1. To raise the professional standards of those engaged in employee recognition.
  2. To encourage continuing education for professional development.
  3. To encourage self-development by offering guidelines for achievement in the employee recognition profession.
  4. To identify and award special recognition to those persons who have demonstrated a comprehensive knowledge of those principles and practices of employee recognition and also laws governing and affecting employee recognition.


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