The OD Process Professional Certification Program is an excellent opportunity for those new to Organization Development who are interested in advancing quickly in their career. If you would like to grow your career path in OD, this is the first step. After you’ve mastered this program, we recommend our intermediate certification – the ODCP program.
This program will help you gain skills to lead project teams, influence senior leaders, facilitate meetings, mediate conflict, build high performing teams, and grow your reputation as a working partner. Our past participants value the hands on approach and tools they received as well as skills learned through practical experience.
The OD Process Professional Certification Program is offered online, over 8 months, meeting 3 hours per month. Each session provides participants with usable toolkits, guidelines, assessments, and templates. Participants practice their skills through case studies, role plays, and activities to promote interaction. Each session is facilitated live with an experienced OD professional. Following each session, participants complete assignments and case studies to practice the skills learned during the session. An online final exam is provided at the end of the program to complete the certification process.
Participants will receive 8 comprehensive process consultant participant guides, slides, process consultant tools, resources, and references.
If you are interested in gaining certification as an OD Process Professional, Register today!
This program is recommended as the first step for those new to Organization Development.
Benefits of an OD Process Professional Certification Program:
- Build your reputation and credibility
- Distinguish yourself as an OD Professional Certified Professional
- Gain access to useful tools and resources
- Gain experience in facilitating meetings and coaching others
- Apply what you learn immediately in your current role
- Receive 24 SHRM and HRCI Credits towards recertification
Online Sessions meet for 3 hours, once a month, over 8 consecutive months. Sessions meet on the same day each month. (e.g.: 2nd Tuesday of the month). Once you register, you will receive confirmation of all meeting dates and times.