Enrollment open for certified public manager program
The Colorado Certified Public Manager Program, a nationally accredited professional development program for public sector and government managers, is coming to Vail and Glenwood Springs beginning this month.. The “CPM in the Mountains” program is offered by the University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs, in partnership with the Vail Centre and the Northwestern Colorado Council of Governments.
The CPM curriculum is designed to help government-sector professionals develop their management and leadership skills. Participants gain knowledge and tools effective leaders use to improve public management, service delivery and governance throughout Colorado, which is the program’s ultimate goal.
A cohort of “CPM in the Mountains” participants will complete the program’s six in-person courses and a final capstone project between March and July 2019. The two-day courses are offered Fridays and Saturdays and are taught by a blended corps of seasoned practitioners and CU Denver-affiliated faculty.
Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until the cohort is full, or Thursday, March 15.
Apply for “CPM in the Mountains” at bit.ly/cpmfull.
Space is limited. For more information, contact Lisa VanRaemdonck, executive director, CU Denver SPA Institute at email@example.com or 303-315-2228.
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