Complete 12 training courses from the list below to become a Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP) in Admissions. 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 admissions staff to earn and maintain the CHEP certification may display the Excellence in Admissions Recognition Seal on their websites.
A minimum of 6 courses must be taken from the core training area.
AD105 - Communication EssentialsAD106 - Powerful Telephone TechniquesAD107 - Connecting with Today's StudentsAD108 - Best Practices in an Ethical Enrollment ProcessAD109 - Questioning SkillsMT101 - Creating Publicity for Your Educational InstitutionMT102 - Developing an Effective Advertising PlanMT103 - Placing Media for Results!MT105 - How to Gain Media Awareness for Your Institution
CM102 - Raising the Bar - Compliant Communications with StudentsCM104 - Compliant Interactions: Acting with IntegrityCM106 - Creating a Compliant Culture: Do's and Don'tsCM140 - Title IX and VAWA Training: Building Safer CampusesCM141 - FERPA and Privacy: A Practical ApproachCM150 - Understanding the Language and Intention of Accreditation StandardsCM151 - Onsite Visits – Be Ready AnytimeCM251 - Students with Disabilities: Legal Obligations and OpportunitiesML116 - Writing SkillsML117 - Presentation SkillsML118 - Coaching SkillsML119 - Persuasion SkillsML120 - Feedback SkillsML121 - Negotiation SkillsML122 - Difficult InteractionsML133 - Goal SettingML134 - Career ManagementML135 - Time ManagementML136 - Stress ManagementRT101 - Improving Retention through Timely InterventionRT102 - Orientation and First Week Activities to Increase RetentionRT103 - Implementing Successful Student Retention StrategiesRT104 - Best Practices to Enhance Student RetentionRT105 - Raising the Bar to 'First-Class' Customer Service