Triangle User Experience Professionals Association (TriUXPA)

PDMA workshop: Best Practices and NPDP Certification

17 Dec 2008 5:00 PM | Richard Phelps

In today's difficult economic environment, knowledge of innovation and new product development best practices is more important than ever to execute more with less resources, and to build a competitive advantage at both organization and individual level.

"Today more than two-thirds of the New Product Development team proudly tout NPDP certification and bring to bear all the credibility and reach of a proven New Product Development Body of Knowledge, helping to tear down walls of doubt and open up new opportunities to innovate and create new value.", Donald Comer, New Product Development Director, Fedex (PDMA Visions Magazine, April 2006, Certification News).

"A promotion to Process Manager and influence with senior managers were results of my NPDP certification efforts...", NPLearning alumni

This two-day training is perfect for those who want to learn about new product development, as well as those seeking PDMA's certification as a New Product Development Professional (NPDP) . The class is capped at 20 students to foster the best possible learning environment to address each individual's learning needs. Both individuals and small teams will benefit from the diverse group interactions and immersion in this off-site workshop. This workshop will be led by NPLearning's Jama Bradley because more professionals have been certified after taking NPLearning workshops than any other training!

Benefits:

  • Learn from rich discussion with the instructor and other participants about real-world applications
  • Unify virtual teams through a consistent training experience
  • Immerse your staff in two solid days of instruction for faster learning
  • Personalized coaching session for those taking the NPDP exam
  • Online Practice Test for those seeking certification

You'll learn the fundamentals, terminology, best practices, essential tools, and the methods to innovate in a timely and effective manner.

This event qualifies as sixteen (16) Professional Development Hours toward PDMA's NPDP recertification. Other professional organizations up to 16 PDUs.

Date: January 28-January 29, 2009
Time: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Food and drinks included.
Location: 4110 Premier Drive, High Point, NC 27265. Airports: Raleigh Durham (RDU) or Greensboro.

Fees:
(Preregistration required by January 13): $1,489.00 PDMA members, $1,689.00 non-members. Government and group discounts available. Contact Claire-Juliette Beale at carolinaschapter@pdma.org

» Preregistration available online at (credit card payment accepted). Use code TriUPAVIP for a 10% discount!

Refund/cancellations- Cancellations are accepted; however, a credit will be issued to a future public or online workshop with NPLearning.

Questions?
For more information or questions, contact Claire-Juliette Beale at carolinaschapter@pdma.org or 301.996.8325 or Jama Bradley at jama@nplearning.com or 404.931.8525 or 970.292.8066.

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