Earning your CPLP as Part of a Learning Team.

  • 21 Jun 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Best Western Plus 9035 Madison Blvd

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Joe Stuart, Ed.S., Ph.D., Director of Training, nLogic
 

  

Those who attend will learn the following. Presentation Outline:

 

  • What is the CPLP?
  • Why is a certification important to my career?
  • Am I eligible for the CPLP?
  • How much investment in Time and Money is required?
  • What is the Application Process?

 

Mr. Stuart completed a career in the US Air Force serving as a weapons, missiles and explosives specialist, as well as the last five years as an educator.  His last two military assignments were as the Director of the Student Operations Division at the USAF Senior NCO Academy and as the Chief Enlisted Manager at the Academic Instructor School, teaching Air Force members “how to teach” at Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.  


After retiring from the Air Force and working as a college administrator for a semester, he joined the Academic Instructor School staff in a civil service position as the Associate Dean of Education, then Chairman of the Evaluation Department.  While at the Academic Instructor School, he was selected to be the first civilian educator and Director of Curriculum at the USAF Special Operations School at Hurlburt Field FL.  After the events of 9/11/2001, the United States Special Operations Command created a new organization, the Joint Special Operations University.  Mr. Stuart was named Dean at the newly created University where he served until he retired from civil service to join Booz Allen Hamilton in Huntsville, AL as the Learning Team lead.  After 3 years with Booz Allen, he joined LG Electronics as the Senior Manager of the LG Training. 


He is now leading the Objective Simulation Framework modeling and simulation training team at nLogic in Huntsville AL.  He has been a member of ASTD since 1988 and is a member of both national and the North Alabama Chapter, where he recently completed 2 years as the Program Chair.  He often consults with various learning organizations and presents to ATD meetings, most recently in June of 2015 when he conducted a very interactive session on Instructional Design.  He was a member of the first North Alabama Chapter CPLP study group in 2009 and is eager to share the lessons learned in that process with this study group.  You can read more about him on his website at:  www.talentdevpro.expert.

 

  


 

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