ACMP Midwest Informal CCMP Study Group
Register by February 1st!
Informal, guided study group focused on the content of the ACMP Standard for Change Management and ACMP Change Management Code of Ethics with the goal of supporting ACMP Midwest members on their journey to pass the CCMP exam.
Participants are expected to complete pre-work prior to weekly sessions to enable robust discussion and sharing during session. Sessions will include, but not be limited to, pre-work for each session (reading sections of the Standard), peer discussion of topics, quiz on pre-work reading, CCMP certified member sharing their approach to study, quizzes on previously studied materials, at home practice tests, and study group review of topics.
While weekly sessions will be recorded, please note that the best results will come from active participation for the entire 12-week period. Classes will be Tuesdays from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. CT from February 8 - April 26th.
As a result of each session in this series, participants will be able to develop personal study skills and techniques designed to help them prepare for and pass the CCMP certification exam.
This Informal Study Group is intended for ACMP Midwest Members who are seeking to take the CCMP exam in April or May of 2022 and who have completed, or are near completion, of their CCMP application. Participants should schedule the exam 2-3 weeks following the last session of the study group.
The sessions will be facilitated by Jeff Bailey, PhD, PMP, CCMP. Jeff lives in downstate Illinois. He passed his CCMP in December 2020 and has shared some of his study materials with other certification candidates in the last year, which inspired him to step forward and help the Midwest Chapter. Jeff has been helping organizations change for 30 years. He has spent the last 15 years facilitating the change process generated by large information system implementations within a variety of public and private sector organizations throughout the US. Jeff also helped a variety of clients in the Chicagoland area as an independent consultant in the 1990s and early 2000s developing learning and performance support solutions. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Northeast Missouri State (now Truman State), his masters from Northern Illinois University, and his PhD from Benedictine University.
Already passed CCMP? If you are interested in sharing your experiences, tips, and tricks in preparing for the exam please reach out by emailing CCMP.Study.Lead@acmpmidwest.org!