Complete 12 training courses from the list below to become a Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP) in Leadership. The CHEP certification is awarded by the National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools. CHEPs can meet their annual continuing education requirements by completing 2 courses from any training area. Institutions that provide training opportunities for their leadership team to earn and maintain the CHEP certification may display the Excellence in Leadership Recognition Seal on their websites.
LS101 Do You Manage Or Lead? LS102 How Do You Lead? LS103 Your Leadership Impact LS104 Your Leadership Legacy LS105 Your Leadership Toolkit LS106 This Way to Leadership
OP105 Developing a Five-year Plan for Your Educational Institution OP106 Developing New Programs: Research and Selection OP110 Developing Effective Advisory and Governing Boards OP115 Hiring the Right Faculty for Your Institution OP121 Managing Online Faculty at a Distance
ML110 New Manager Transitions ML111 Leading and Motivating ML112 Team Leadership ML113 Team Management ML114 Meeting Management ML115 Project Management ML123 Managing Upward ML124 Managing Virtual Teams ML125 Managing Diversity
ML116 Writing Skills ML117 Presentation Skills ML118 Coaching Skills ML119 Persuasion Skills ML120 Feedback Skills ML121 Negotiation Skills ML122 Difficult Interactions
ML126 Effective Hiring ML127 Effective Delegation ML128 Retaining Employees ML129 Developing Employees ML130 Evaluating Employees ML131 Laying Off Employees ML132 Dismissing Employees
ML133 Goal Setting ML134 Career Management ML135 Time Management ML136 Stress Management ML137 Change Management ML138 Crisis Management
ML139 Customer Focus ML140 Marketing Essentials ML141 Finance Essentials ML142 Budgeting Essentials ML143 Creating a Business Case ML144 Creating a Business Plan ML145 Process Improvement ML146 Measuring Performance