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Certified Professional In Learning And Performance Cplp

Subject : certifications
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1. The technique that should account for 50% of the preparation for a presentation

2. An evaluation of an evaluation

3. Types of Level 5 instruments

4. Types of Level 1 instruments

5. The three tasks of business analysis

6. The tell approach to learning - based on the theory that learning occurs through exposure to logically presented information - usually involving lecture

7. The model (a pyramid) from bottom to top is: physiology - safety - belongingness - esteem - and self-actualization

8. Things a forcefield analysis ensures


10. Change management

11. Examples of collaborative software

12. The core belief of appreciative inquiry theory

13. Information

14. Three disadvantages of focus groups

15. succession planning

16. Triple-loop learning

17. The three building blocks of knowledge management

18. Four common mistakes HPI professionals make in selecting - designing - and implementing interventions

19. Two theories of motivation for coaching

20. The purpose of an after-action review

21. The term for the relationship of people's positions in space

22. Closed questions

23. The five principles of andragogy

24. Three conditions that warrant multi-rater feedback

25. List seven things that cannot be copyrighted

26. Two guiding principles of displaying quantative data in charts and graphs

27. When is training the appropriate solution to a performance problem

28. The HPI tool used to collect current performance - learner analysis - and business needs

29. Four steps to prepare for training delivery

30. The use of electronic technologies to deliver information and facilitate the development of skills

31. The requirements of the ADA

32. The facilitation tool that can create just enough tension to get people thinking

33. Systems thinking

34. What is the primary reason for 360-degree feedback

35. The technique trainers should use when they want to use the revelation technique

36. The final behavioral outcomes of a specific instructional event

37. The components of the VAK model

38. The five elements of learner engagement

39. The way of learning that stresses experience and reflection - and uses an inductive learning process that takes a learner through five stages: experiencing - publishing - processing - generalizing - and applying

40. Malcolm Knowles' work tipped the instructional systems design scale. The two ends of that scale

41. Contrast synchronous to asynchronous e-learning

42. Steps in Pfeiffer and Jones' experiential learning cycle

43. The analysis that identifies forces that maintain the status quo - and the approaches to allow change

44. Four barriers to communication during training delivery

45. The steps of a needs analysis

46. EPSS

47. Software that automates the administration of training

48. Independent

49. The four parts of the International Federation's (ICF) ethical standards

50. Qualitative