Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Train-the-Trainer Course

with BACCHUS

About This Course

NASPA's Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Training Program is excited to launch the newest version of the course curriculum in 2016! If you're interested in becoming a facilitator for this groundbreaking training program which has certified over 200,000 students to-date, the CPE Train-the-Trainer course is for you!  

NASPA's Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Training Program is excited to launch the newest version of the course curriculum in 2016! If you're interested in becoming a facilitator for this groundbreaking training program which has certified over 200,000 students to-date, the CPE Train-the-Trainer course is for you!  

This online training will walk you through the CPE Program and provide tips and other useful information to aid your in your facilitation of CPE. Connect with other CPE Trainers in this exclusive online community, and connect with NASPA Staff who are involved with the program. 

The registration fee is inclusive and grants your institution access to the certification course for your students. Upon successful completion of the CPE Train-the-Trainer Program, you will retain access to the CPE portion of the Online Learning Community, as well as receive a CPE Welcome Kit, which includes a physical copy of the CPE Facilitator's manual. Plus, we'll also send you 10 CPE Student Workbooks -- a $200 value!

PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR CPE MATERIALS UNTIL YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER PROGRAM. 

IMPORTANT NOTE Institutional Members should enter the discount code IMember16 at checkout to receive the Member-Rate. 
For more information or to certify additional trainers at an add-on nominal rate, please e-mail JM Alatis at jalatis@naspa.org for more information. jalatis@naspa.org

You need to have a login (free) to the NASPA website, but you do not have to be a NASPA member to register for the course. You may create a NASPA login during this process.

Once you log in to the online learning community, you will need to locate the course you are interested in, add it to your cart and complete your purchase. This event is listed in the catalog under the category CPE.

After you have purchased and completed the course, you can log in again at any time to view the course materials, and interact with experts and your fellow learners. You will find the list of courses you have purchased on your home screen in the online learning community under My Events.




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