September 22, 2019
Bridges certified trainers, here is a bonus for you to consider: aha! Process is offering you a new option for recertification!
If you need to recertify in order to continue as a Bridges Out of Poverty certified trainer, consider joining us.
How great is this!
- You can move from certifying every two years to having a lifetime certification
- Network with both new and seasoned certified trainers
- Talk with consultants and authors during the three days
- Receive new slides, talking points, and training tips
Cost to upgrade to lifetime certification: $174
Cost for two-year certified trainers to renew: FREE!
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Participants must have attended a Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities workshop. They must also have a two-year or lifetime Bridges Out of Poverty trainer certification.
Trainers must recertify every two years by December 31st of the second full year following certification. This recertification can be a renewal of the 2-year Trainer Certification or an upgrade to a Lifetime Trainer Certificate.
Recertification may be done online or as an on-site workshop (only with sufficient demand).
Need help justifying your trip? Use this letter as a template!
I would like your approval to attend the three-day Bridges Out of Poverty certification training.
The certification training will provide me an opportunity to connect with more than 100 individuals from different states, cities, and sectors wanting to deepen their understanding of Bridges Out of Poverty. The three days are dedicated to providing me the tools necessary to return to our agency/partners and immediately provide the workshop, which will help us to continue to work at building our Bridges initiative.
I’ve broken down the approximate costs of my attendance:
Hotel: $XYZ (see “Accommodations” tab)
Lifetime certification: $1,299
Thank you for your consideration of this request. aha! Process has used Duffy Travel to negotiate a discounted rate at the hotel if I book early.
Submitted with high hopes,