Accredited Training Providers and Upcoming Courses

APMG International has accredited the following individuals and trainers to teach Foundation CPTC courses. Please visit the trainer’s website to contact them directly and register for a course.

Kit Brown-Hoekstra, Individual Trainer, www.comgenesis.com

Jamie Gillenwater, Individual Trainer, www.transcendtext.com

Chris Hester, Individual Trainer, www.reddeskstudio.com

Alan Houser, Individual Trainer, www.groupwellesley.com

Amanda Lewanski, Individual Trainer

Ben Woelk, Individual Trainer, www.benwoelk.com

Seneca College, Training Organization, http://senecacollege.ca

 

Upcoming Training Courses:

12-13 July, Online: CPTC Foundation exam prep class with trainer Alan Houser. Details: www.groupwellesley.com/cptc

9-10 August, Arlington, VA (just outside Washington, DC): CPTC Foundation exam prep class with trainer Alan Houser. Details: www.groupwellesley.com/cptc

18-19 August, Toronto, ON, Canada: CPTC Foundation exam prep class at Seneca College. Details: http://www.senecacollege.ca/cptc-workshop

13-14 October, Toronto, ON, Canada: CPTC Foundation exam prep class at Seneca College. Details: http://www.senecacollege.ca/cptc-workshop

Available any time: 

Online CPTC Foundation exam prep class with trainers Jamie Gillenwater and Chris Hester. This self-paced course provides videos, a course guidebook, reading assignments, and online discussions. Register at any time, and then work through modules on your schedule.Details: https://www.cptctraining.com/

University Courses: 

Wilmington University
COM 355
Advanced Technical Communication
3 credits

Trainer Karen Birk, karen.j.birk@wilmu.edu

Website: http://www.wilmu.edu/artsandsciences/comm.aspx

Students must apply to the university and then choose that one course to enroll. They can check undecided major unless they want to go on and take any of the programs. They are charged for the course at our regular tuition rate for one class. The exam also has a fee.

Advanced Technical Communication will continue the work of the introductory course, COM 250, covering the requirements for designing and developing technical documentation. Students will further define audience and purpose, determine appropriate format and style, improve the clarity and organization of writing, and review and edit work effectively. Project work will require teamwork, oral communication, and presentation skills. This course provides specific training for the Certified Professional Technical Communication (CPTC) exam (an optional offering). Contact College of Arts & Sciences for testing dates.