With the recent release of ATD's new Talent Development Capability Model both the APTD and CPTD exams are changing, starting July 2020. Learn more about the changes below or watch our webcast replay where we discussed the changes, what drove them, and what that means for TD professionals pursuing a certification. Have questions? Check our FAQs.
The Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) is a professional certification for TD professionals with at least three years of experience—those who are in the early parts of their careers or whose professional roles and aspirations are focused on foundational areas of the field.
An APTD understands that well-designed talent development strategies and solutions contribute to organizational success and has a strong grounding in the foundational knowledge of the field.
The Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) is a professional certification for TD professionals with at least five years of experience. It is broad and measures a professional’s knowledge and skill application across the breadth of talent development capabilities.
Successful CPTDs report that the process of studying for and getting their CPTD designation was a tremendous growth opportunity, allowed them to both learn and give back to the profession, and made a positive impact on their careers.Learn More Here
Our chapter would like to recognize the following chapter members who achieved the CPTD designation:
Robin Altice, CPTD
Shalaine Billups, CPTD
Ron Chapman, CPTD
Jeff Gehris, CPTD
Nancy Hardy, CPTD
Rose Nicholson, CPTD
Jennifer Speight, CPTD
Lynda Stafford, CPTD
Sharon Harrington, CPTD
Diane Peters, CPTD Kevin Witt, CPTD
Vidal Dickerson, CPTD
Laura Quinn, CPTD
If you are a member of SEVA CPTD, and not listed above, please notify: Chapter President.