The Problem:

Based on Training Industry research, many people in charge of training and development do not have all the necessary knowledge and skills to get the most out of an organization’s training dollars.

A well-equipped training manager can be the difference between delivering training programs that waste time and money and delivering training programs strategically aligned with business goals, propelling your organization forward.

So, how can you be confident that you’re hiring training managers with the knowledge they need to succeed in leveraging learning for business results? Hire a Certified Professional in Training Management (CPTM™).

Organizations that employ training managers with training certificates are 4X MORE LIKELY to be rated ABOVE AVERAGE.
The Solution:

Our CPTM credential validates that training managers have the core competencies needed to manage all the necessary processes and resources required for training success, from content development and delivery to industry trends and learning technologies. Along with essential foundational knowledge, CPTMs hone their business acumen skills and understand the importance of strategically aligning training to organizational goals.

Why it Works:

Aspiring CPTMs undergo a rigorous three-step certification process to guarantee thorough, deeply engrained knowledge. Starting with a series of comprehensive e-learning modules, CPTMs then complete a hands-on live practicum to test their ability to apply their newly acquired knowledge. The final step is that CPTMs must pass a 100-question exam geared at assessing content knowledge and application.

Finally, because the learning and development (L&D) landscape is constantly changing, CPTMs are required to engage in continuing education and apply for recertification every two years. This ensures active CPTMs are up-to-date and aware of all the L&D latest trends.

Do you want to be certain that the people managing your training department know what they’re doing? List CPTM as a preferred qualification in your job description, and we will share the position with our extensive CPTM network.

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