Monday, June 1, 2015

LBCC Community Ed Staff Recognized by National Industry Association

Chelsea Nordby
Chris Nystrom
Chris Nystrom, director of the Community Education Department at Linn-Benton Community College, and Chelsea Nordby, coordinator of Community Education for LBCC Benton County, have received the designation of Certified Program Planner by the Learning Resources Network, an international association in lifelong learning.

The CCP designation reflects demonstrated in-depth knowledge in ten key areas of lifelong learning. Nystrom and Nordby will be recognized at LERN's annual conference in December.

"The CPP designation is a standard of achievement in the knowledge and understanding of lifelong learning," noted LERN President William Draves. "Certified Program Planners are recognized as professionals in the field of educational programming."

Founded in 1974, LERN has over 4,500 members, with 3,000 CPP's awarded throughout the world. LERN provides "Information That Works!" to over 10,000 providers of lifelong learning a year.

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