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Our State of Community Management research demonstrates it clearly:
Investing in professional development is one of the most powerful ways to strengthen your community management.
Our online and in-person community management training opportunities offer growth opportunities for every level of community professional.
Introduction to Community Models and Frameworks
Our community management models and frameworks provide research-backed structures for understanding, planning, expectation setting, and measurement in online community, collaboration, and change management programs.
This short, on-demand course gives learners a comprehensive overview of the four frameworks and models that form the foundation of successful community programs.
Complete this course in TheCR Academy to receive your certification in Community Models and Frameworks. Start now.
Community Management Fundamentals Training
The Community Roundtable’s Community Management Fundamentals training for new community managers outlines the scope of the community manager role in external and internal communities and provides prescriptive approaches for successful community management.
Community Management 101 for Associations
The Community Roundtable’s Community Management 101 for Associations Course outlines the scope of the community manager role in association communities and provides prescriptive approaches for successful community management.
Learning objectives for this self-directed online course include:
- Recognize and implement strategies and tactics for advocacy (including leadership development)
- Identify how online community programs help associations promote change and innovation
- Understand the role of an online community as a knowledge resource center
- Develop ways to maximize an online community program as a productive communications channel for members, volunteers, stakeholders, and employees.
You will have 120 days to complete the course.
· The Community Roundtable is a CAE Approved Provider. The program(s) outlined above meet the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.asaecenter.org/cae.
· As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 6 credits toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Community Program Essentials
The course is aimed at professionals looking to grow their community program management skills and focuses on creating the strategic, operational, and technical elements to make communities succeed within the larger organizational context.
This version of the Community Program Essentials course is intended for self-paced learning that can easily be completed in 4-6 weeks. You'll work through the modules and worksheets on your own, and on your schedule.
The CR’s Social Executive Shorts is a video series designed to help executives make the most of social tools and online communities. This course material is intended for use as part of an executive coaching program.
In-person, online and enterprise advisory and training opportunities are available for community teams. Our clients benefit from the years of research and community experience only we can provide.
TheCR Network is an effective and cost-friendly professional development plan. Network members get exclusive access to live programming, TheCR Library and a powerful network of global community professionals.
Why work with The Community Roundtable?