NAP offers high-quality training courses for people at all levels of experience. To learn more about these courses or to enroll, click this link, create or enter your username and password, and search the Course Catalog for the class you wish to take.
Based on Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised In Brief, course is designed for people who are new to using parliamentary procedure, or who would like a refresher on the fundamental concepts of effective meeting procedure.
Helps the presiding officer set the tone for the meeting. Knowing what to say and when gives a new president or chairman confidence about how to handle a motion, and manage discussion and decision making.
La persona que preside la reunión establece el tono de la misma. El o ella debe conocer las palabras mágicas para un encuentro ordenado, placentero y productivo. Saber qué decir y cuándo decirlo le dará confianza sobre cómo manejar una moción, su discusión y el decidir sobre la misma. (Spanish-language version of What to Say and When.)
NAP Member Price: $20.00
Designed for people new to taking minutes or who want to improve or correct their minute-taking skills. Preparing concise, accurate minutes is an essential skill for secretaries of any organization and for members responsible for reviewing and correcting minutes.
For the beginning learner interested in learning how to handle nominations, manage elections, and conduct ballot voting. Learn the procedures for transparent and fair elections that inspire members’ trust and confidence.
Provides an in-depth look at how bylaws create a foundation on which the organization is built. All aspects of bylaws are covered, from the creation of new bylaws to interpretation of existing bylaws, and the relationship of bylaws to an organization’s other governing documents.
Helps the learner to prepare for the NAP membership exam. Eight lessons and practice quizzes cover the 300 questions on the exam and a final quiz with 100 randomly selected questions.
Practice for the NAP Registration Exam. All the questions for Parts II, III, IV, and V are available. Get instant feedback on your answers with references to guide you to the correct answer. When you complete a part, close it; then when you open it again, a whole new test is generated.
To learn more about these courses or to enroll, click this link, create or enter your username and password, and search the Course Catalog for the class you wish to take.
System Requirements: These courses are web-based training courses using Adobe® Flash® Player. The courses are best viewed with Internet Explorer version 6 or above; other browsers such as Chrome, Safari and Firefox may be used, but the formatting of text and graphics on your screen may be affected. A high-speed internet connection (cable, DSL, wireless, or a corporate network) is strongly recommended.