Sixth Cohort Completes CCLP CORE Training

Last week, 15 Community Leadership Professionals completed ALP's 16-hour CCLP CORE Training. CORE Training is the first step in earning the Certified Community Leadership Practitioner (CCLP) Certification.

The Certified Community Leadership Practitioner (CCLP) Certification is designed to enhance individual performance, elevate professional standards, and recognize Association, Chamber of Commerce, and other Non-Profit professionals who demonstrate the knowledge essential to the practice of program development in a leadership organization.

The Association of Leadership Programs (ALP) oversees the certification process to obtain the CCLP designation.  Training includes a series of learning components covering personal, practical, and theoretical leadership.  Candidates must complete 16 hours of CORE training, 24 hours of mastery coursework, plus an additional 10 hours of elective coursework for a total of 50 hours prior to submitting an application to sit for the CCLP examination. The final requirement is completing and passing the written exam. All steps must be completed to be eligible to obtain the CCLP designation.

This marks the completion of the 6th CCLP CORE Training!

Congratulations to the following professionals:
Alisha Blain-Warner, Leadership Thurston County
Jeannine Brown, Leadership Triangle
Alexander Cayetano, Leadership Omaha
Michelle Ciudad Real, Tampa Bay Chamber
Kindra  Dionne, Leadership Loudoun
Jordan Grady, Leadership Butler County
Andrea Mersmann, The Leadership Center, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Joseline Reyna, Hall County Leadership Unlimited
Tara Sargent, Leadership Washington County
Joy Saucier, Mississippi Power
Chuck Seaca, Leadership Anchorage | Alaska Humanities Forum
Susan Sims, Leadership Fairfax
Sasha Smith, Lone Star College System | Leadership North Houston
Herlinda Thompson, Valdez Thompson Consulting LLC | Leadership North Texas
Mike Zwiefelhofer, Leadership San Francisco

Learn more about the CCLP Program.