You're an organizing professional ready to take the Certified Professional Organizer® Exam and you can answer any question they throw at you, right? Are you sure? Prepare for the BCPO® test with your peers in a guided class. You'll be armed with the right information to handle any question you encounter.
This 4-hour study prep course prepares you for questions on all the subjects in the BCPO® outline. It provides specific strategies for test-taking, terms you need to know, and organizing concepts. It even has 25 mock exam questions to help you become familiar with the style of questions included in the certification exam.
This course presents content for all levels of organizing professionals preparing to take the exam, soon or down the road. Attendees will participate in discussions and provide one short book summary.
Each student also receives a copy of the e-book, Guide for Preparing for the BCPO® Certified Professional Organizer® Exam and a Worksheet.
Prerequisites: None although taking PO-103W: Ethics for Professional Organizers and Productivity Specialists is highly recommended before taking the BCPO® exam. There is no cost to NAPO members for the ethics webinar.
Instructor: This course is presented by Leslie Walden, CPO®. She and a colleague teamed up to create a group study course for their own chapter while preparing for the inaugural exam in 2007. The sessions got such rave reviews, they recreated the content and process for this NAPO course.
Leslie Walden, CPO®, founded It's Time to Get Organized, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia ten years ago. She is a Golden Circle Member and mentors new and established organizers. Leslie is active in her chapter and has served as NAPO-Georgia Chapter's President, Vice President, and Past President. Currently she leads Roundtable, a discussion group for chapter members. She has also chaired NAPO-Georgia Chapter's GO Month and Disaster Month Events. She has an MBA in marketing and a Masters in Education.
Format of Course: Webinar
Location:Via telephone (audio) and internet (visual) (Please note: The dial-in number for this course is not a toll-free number. Registrants are advised to utilize a long-distance service that provides cost-effective rates for extended-length calls.)
Cost: $120 members/$220 non-members.
Confirmation and Course Materials: Confirmation of registration & course materials will be emailed to you at least three days prior to the course start date. If you do not receive this email, it is your responsibility to contact NAPO (via phone: 856.380.6828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 24 hours prior to the course start date.
Cancellation and Transfer Policy: ALL CANCELLATIONS AND TRANSFER REQUESTS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING. A $10 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations or transfers. No refunds will be made on cancellations received less than one week before the course. No transfer requests will be honored once course information is received. Transfers will be accommodated based on course availability.
*Please Note: The registration rate includes both sessions.
Disclaimer: This class may be recorded and may be offered for sale at NAPO's sole discretion. By signing up for the class, you irrevocably grant NAPO all rights in any contribution you make to the recording.