Stand Out in the Crowd - Become a CPLP!

The Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) is a credential for learning and performance professionals offered by the ATD Certification Institute (ATD CI).  It is broad-based and addresses ten areas of expertise as defined by the ATD Competency Model:  Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Performance Improvement, Evaluating Learning Impact, Managing Learning Programs, Coaching, Integrated Talent Management, Change Management, Knowledge Management, and Learning Technologies.

CPLP credentialing represents a level of professional achievement and competence. Just as important, achieving the credential demonstrates proficiency in support of learners and organizational performance and sets a standard of commitment to the learning and development profession.  Becoming CPLP certified makes you a leader as well as a role model in the learning and development community.

For more details on becoming a CPLP, check out the Candidates page of ATD's website.

Why Should You Become a CPLP?               

ATD estimates that 78,000 people have or will enter the training and development field between 2004 and 2014.

Only 1,604 professionals can claim the CPLP designation!
(Data as of the November 2013.)

Plus, more and more major organizations (like the ones listed below) support the CPLP designation through job requirements and programs to support their employees in the certification process.

Becoming a CPLP helps you stand out in our growing field!  Additionally, you will get the benefit of establishing credibility, gaining confidence and proving your value and impact to your organization and clients.

Additional CPLP Information

Use the links below to learn more about the value and process of becoming a CPLP.

For More Information...

Want to learn more about the ATD FL Suncoast Chapter's support of the CPLP designation, including details on study groups and other resources?  Contact cplp@atdsuncoast.org.



Interested? Contact Lori Ann Roth, CPLP at cplp@atdsuncoast.org