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Each CRP course offered by RPI is approved for .6 CEUs as approved by ANSI/ IACET. Recognition Professionals International (RPI) has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA 22102.
Certified Recognition Professional® Courses
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. Please note that Structuring Recognition Programs for Success - CRP I is a prerequisite course for Building a Recognition Blueprint, Designing and Implementing Recognition Programs and Creating a Recognition Culture.
IMPORTANT: *Prerequisite course: Structuring Recognition Programs for Success - CRP I
Program Goals Include:
You will be required to login. If you are a member, go here to the RPI Learning Center and you will be able to access Recognition Fundmentals and CRP I. If you are a member and forgot your password, click here. If you are not a member, click here and you can purchase Recognition Fundamentals or CRP I here.
CRP I is available online. Creating a Recognition Culture, Building a Recognition Blueprint, and Designing and Implementing Recognition Programs are all available at the 2016 RPI Conference.
One of the RPI Best Practice Standards® is "Program Change & Flexibility." We’ve listened to feedback from our Certified Recognition Professional® (CRP) participants and applied it to our course content to bring you an exciting NEW path to certification in 2016!
We recently stepped back and took a fresh look at the CRP structure, based on your input from past evaluations and our 7 RPI Best Practice Standards®. The result is a series that offers rich content in these strategic areas:
Creating a Recognition Culture (formerly CRP IV):
Building a Recognition Blueprint (formerly CRP II):
Designing and Implementing Recognition Programs (Formerly CRP III):
Each module stands alone but when all are completed they provide a holistic, comprehensive and essential guide that every Certified Recognition Professional® needs to design, build, implement, measure and maintain a successful recognition culture.