Learn/Perform Mixtape

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Summary

In this episode, I review what's on the CPLP Knowledge Exam -- this is an overview of the content outline with the 10 areas of expertise and the foundational competency, the global mindset.

Show Notes

Now that we're past eligibility, it's time to review what is in the Knowledge Exam for the CPLP. On this episode I give an overview of the Content Outline of the Knowledge Exam (also found on pp. 40-44 of the 2019 CPLP Certification Handbook). You can download your copy directly from the bottom of this web page: https://www.td.org/certification/cplp/eligibility

Have you just stumbled upon this podcast? Here's the trailer to give you an ideas about what the Learn/Perform Mixtape is all about.

Are you studying for the CPLP now? Let me know and let's connect:
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Areas of Expertise (AOE)

AOE 1: Performance Improvement (Weighted 13 - 14% of the exam)
Applying a systematic process of discovering and analyzing human performance gaps; planning for future improvements in human performance; designing and developing solutions to close performance gaps; partnering with the customer when identifying the opportunity and the solution; implementing the solution; monitoring the change; evaluating the results.    

AOE 2: Instructional Design (Weighted 13 – 14% of the exam)        
Designing, creating, and developing informal and formal learning solutions to meet organizational needs; analyzing and selecting the most appropriate strategy, methodologies, and technologies to maximize the learning experience and impact.        

AOE 3: Training Delivery (Weighted 13 - 14% of the exam)            
Delivering learning solutions in a manner that both engages the learner and produces desired outcomes; managing and responding to learner needs; ensuring that learning is made available in effective platforms and delivered in a timely and effective manner.

AOE 4: Learning Technologies (Weighted 11 - 12% of the exam)
Identifying, selecting, implementing, and leveraging a variety of learning technologies; adapting learning technologies; applying appropriate technologies to a learning opportunity or challenge.

AOE 5: Evaluating Learning Impact (Weighted 11 - 12% of the exam)
Gathering, organizing, and analyzing information regarding the impact of learning solutions against key business drivers; presenting the information in a way that is meaningful to the organization; using learning metrics and analytics to inform organizational decision making.

AOE 6: Managing Learning Programs (Weighted 8 - 9% of the exam)
Providing leadership to execute the organization’s strategy; planning, monitoring, and adjusting learning and development projects or activities. Strategic and Tactical areas of knowledge

AOE 7: Integrated Talent Management (Weighted 8 - 9% of the exam)
Building an organization’s culture, engagement, capability, and capacity through the implementation and integration of talent acquisition, employee development, retention, and deployment processes; ensuring that these processes are aligned to organizational goals.

AOE 8: Coaching (Weighted 8 - 9% of the exam)
Using an interactive process to help individuals develop rapidly and produce results; improving others’ ability to set goals, take action, make better decisions, and make full use of their natural strengths.

AOE 9: Knowledge Management (Weighted 5 - 6% of the exam)
Capturing, distributing, and archiving intellectual capital in a way that encourages knowledge sharing and collaboration in the organization.

AOE 10: Change Management (Weighted 8 - 9% of the exam)                
Applying structured approaches to shift individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired state.                             
Foundational Competency (FC) 11: Global Mindset
Having an openness and awareness of cultural differences; working effectively across borders and cultures. Cultural, global theories & issues -- self-awareness and looking at different dimensions of learning, communication and dynamics.   

What is Learn/Perform Mixtape?

The Learn/Perform Mixtape is a podcast of my study notes as I prepare for the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). More at: https://techknowtools.com/learnperform-mixtape/