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Exam Code: NSCA-CPT Practice exam 2022 by Killexams.com team NSCA-CPT NSCA Certified Personal Trainer Exam ID : NSCA-CPT
Exam Title : NSCA Certified Personal Trainer
Questions : 140 scored, 15 non scored
Pass Marks : 77%
Duration : 3 hours
Exam Type : multiple-choice
The NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer® (NSCA-CPT®) exam is comprised of 140 scored and 15 non-scored* multiple-choice questions that tests candidate's knowledge in the following four domains:
Client Consultation/Fitness Assessment
Techniques of Exercise
Safety, Emergency Procedures and Legal Issues
There are 25-35 video and/or image items that assess competencies across multiple domains.
The pass rate was 77% for first-time candidates attempting the NSCA-CPT exam in 2018.
Domain Percent of Exam Number of Questions
Client Consultation/Assessment 23% 32
Program Planning 32% 45
Techniques of Exercise 31% 43
Safety, Emergency Procedures and Legal Issues 14% 20
Non-Scored Questions - 15
Total 100% 155
Number of video questions (already included in the total) 25-35
Length of exam 3 hours
About the Association
Accreditation of NSCA Certifications
Registration of NSCA Certifications
Statement of Nondiscrimination
ABOUT THE EXAMS
Exam Content Outlines
Example Preparation Plan Options
Plans Recommended by Background
Acceptable Accreditation of Colleges and Universities
Exercise Science-Related Fields
Acceptable CPR/AED Certifications
Discipline Policy and Certification Appeals
EXAM REGISTRATION PROCESS
Completing the Registration Form
Release of Information
Academic Transcripts (CSCS and CSPS only)
Practical Experience (CSPS only)
Scheduling an Appointment
Test Center Locations
Exam Authorization Period
Changes to Contact Information
Contact Information and Communications
Registration Withdrawal and Refunds
Cancelling and Rescheduling exam Appointments
Late Arrival and No-Show
Inclement Weather, Power Failure, or Emergency
Candidate ID Requirements
Items Not Permitted
Permitted Medicine and Medical Devices
Permitted Mobility Devices
Questions and Comments About exam Content
Leaving the exam Early
Exam Pass Rates
Confidentiality of Results
Awarding of Certification
90 Day Waiver
Appealing exam Results
1. BASIC PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND SCIENCE OF HEALTH STATUS or CONDITION, DISORDER, or DISEASE 8 22 10 40
A. Cardiovascular: Individuals with…
1. Myocardial infarction
4. Peripheral vascular disease (e.g., deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease)
5. Congestive heart failure
6. Valvular disorders
8. Conduction defects or disorders (e.g., atrial fibrillation, pacemakers)
B. Pulmonary: Individuals with…
1. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (e.g., emphysema, chronic bronchitis)
2. Chronic restrictive pulmonary disease (CRPD) (e.g., fibrosis, sarcoidosis)
4. Pulmonary hypertension
1. Individuals with diabetes mellitus (Type 1 and 2)
2. Individuals who are overfat
3. Individuals with pre-diabetes
4. Individuals who have metabolic syndrome
5. Individuals with thyroid disorders (hypo/hyperthyroidism)
6. Individuals with end stage renal disease
D. Immunological and Hematological: Individuals with...
2. Chronic fatigue syndrome
5. Auto-immune disorders (e.g., lupus, rheumatoid arthritis)
6. Bleeding/clotting disorders
E. Musculoskeletal/Orthopedic: Individuals with...
1. Osteoporosis and other low BMD conditions
2. Limb amputations
4. Lower back conditions
5. Chronic musculoskeletal conditions (e.g., OA, osteoporosis, low back pain)
7. Joint disorders (e.g., muscle, labrum, ligament, cartilage, tendons)
8. Joint replacements (e.g., shoulder, knee, hip)
10. Posture conditions
11. Cystic fibrosis
F. Neuromuscular: Individuals with…
1. Stroke or brain injury
2. Spinal cord disabilities
3. Multiple sclerosis
4. Cerebral palsy
5. Downs syndrome
6. Parkinsons disease
8. Balance conditions
9. Muscular dystrophy
G. Post Rehabilitation: Individuals with…
1. Musculoskeletal disorders/conditions
2. Cardiopulmonary disorders/conditions
3. Neuromuscular disorders/conditions
H. Individuals with Cancer
I. Female Specific Conditions
1. Pregnant and postpartum
2. Female athlete triad
J. Individuals with Behavioral/Psychological Disorders
1. Disordered eating patterns
2. Body image
4. Chemical dependency
K. Older Adults
L. Children and Adolescents
2. CLIENT CONSULTATION 6 13 0 19
A. Determine the Fitness Professionals Role in the Wellness Continuum
1. Align goals of the medical professional, client, and fitness professional
2. Maintain lines of communication with the primary healthcare provider
3. Optimize communication between the fitness professional and medical professionals
4. Verify physicians clearance to exercise
B. Perform Health Appraisal
1. Understand basic medical terminology
2. Interpret medical history (e.g., contraindications, continuity of care, goal viability)
3. Administer life-style questionnaire
4. Interpret “levels of pain” or prognosis (severity of condition; e.g., kurtzke expanded
disability status scale)
5. Interpret medical documentation
6. Document subjective client feedback and observations relevant to medical condition
7. Contact medical professionals for needed information or clarification on
medical history, restrictions, etc.
8. Identify signs and symptoms that indicate an individual should be referred
for medical care
9. Understand the roles of health professionals that prescribe exercise (e.g., physicians,physical therapists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers)
10. Perform nutritional review
C. Fitness Evaluation
1. Conduct fitness evaluation
a. vital signs (e.g. heart rate, blood pressure)
b. height and weight
c. body composition (e.g., “Bod Pod” and DXA reports)
d. girth measurements
e. muscular strength and endurance
g. cardiovascular endurance (e.g., submaximal VO2 max test on treadmill and bike)
i. lipid profile
j. lung function
k. postural assessment
m. functional assessment
n. evaluations specific for individuals with limited ability (e.g., 6-min walk, modified sit-and-reach from a chair, 8 lb. curl test, chair stands)
2. Prioritize need for clients with multiple diseases
3. Adjust fitness evaluation based on medical conditions and restrictions
4. Determine testing measures for the client
5. Document client progression with objective and subjective criteria
A. Develop SMART Goals
1. Manage fear and expectations
2. Increase functional capacity
3. Strengthen health risk factors (e.g., muscle wasting)
4. Strengthen confidence and self-image
5. Strengthen quality of life
B. Program Design
1. Develop individual training programs that are adapted to specific health condition (types, duration, frequency, intensity, progression, rest)
2. Develop group training programs that are adapted to specific health condition (types, duration, frequency, intensity, progression, rest)
3. Identify exercises indicated and contraindicated for clients condition
4. Identify environmental risks (e.g., MS and heat tolerance)
5. Evaluate communicable disease risk (client to fitness professional OR fitness professional to client)
6. Modify the warm-up and cool-down program to coincide with the limitations and capacities of a client
7. Modify the exercise program to coincide with the limitations and capacities of a client
8. Instruct a client on therapeutic exercise technique and equipment (including body position, speed/control of movement, movement/range of motion, breathing, and spotting/safety guidelines)
b. range of motion
c. exercise with accessory equipment (e.g., chairs, walker/cane, gait belt)
d. balance/perturbation training
e. partner-assisted (support person and conduction exercises beyond the medical
fitness center/facility, or how they can help during the process of exercise)
f. home programs
9. Understand exercise-induced changes to body systems
a. neuromuscular system
b. cardiorespiratory system
c. musculoskeletal system
C. Apply Motivational/Coaching Techniques
1. Motivational interviewing
2. Stages of change
3. Transtheoretical model
4. Behavioral economics
5. Planned behavior theory
6. Cognitive theory
7. Relapse prevention
8. Positive psychology
9. Solution-focused coaching
D. Monitor Client Outcomes
E. Recognize Need for Referral to Healthcare Professional
4. SAFETY, EMERGENCY PROCEDURES, AND LEGAL ISSUES 4 6 0 10
A. Comply with Scope of Practice Requirements
B. Practice Safety Procedures
C. Follow Emergency Procedures
D. Recognize Professional, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities
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NEW YORK, Aug. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Corporate Training Market in US by Product (Technical courses and Non-technical courses) and End-user (Manufacturing, Healthcare, BFSI, IT, and Others) - Forecast and Analysis 2021-2025" report has been added to Technavio's offering. The potential growth difference for the corporate training market size in the US between 2020 and 2025 is USD 19.51 bn. To get the exact yearly growth variance and the Y-O-Y growth rate, Request a demo Report.
Key Market Dynamics:
Market Driver: Emergence of cost-effective e-learning training modules
Market Challenge: Growing prominence of MOOCs in corporate learning
The corporate training market in the US is fragmented, with the presence of several international and regional players. Vendors are deploying various organic and inorganic growth strategies to compete in the market. Corporate organizations are collaborating with vendors for the development and implementation of technical and non-technical training through digital tools owing to the rapid shift toward digitalization. Established international vendors that provide corporate training services in the US have a competitive edge in the market owing to their high investment capabilities, brand name, and large scale of operations. However, new entrants have low entry barriers due to relaxed regulations and easy access to distribution channels.
By product, the technical training segment will contribute the highest market share growth during the forecast period. Technical courses focus on training employees on knowledge and skills that are essential and relevant to specific industries. These courses largely include training related to plant or facility management, new recruitment fundamentals, product and software feature training, programming language training, sales training, and process safety management, among others. Vendors in the corporate training market in the US offer a range of blended, offline, and online technical courses for a variety of technical requirements. Organizations are increasingly adopting blended learning approaches to train their employees on technical courses. They are encouraging employees to undergo online skill-based training courses and assessments due to constraints related to the shortage of man-hours and the increase in overall training expenses. They also organize instructor-led classroom-based training sessions to clarify doubts and enable interactive real-time discussions related to technical skill sets and product knowledge between instructors and employees. The adoption of video-based, simulation-based, and game-based elements in technical courses improves employee engagement and ensures knowledge retention.
The growth of this segment is expected to remain steady during the forecast period owing to the increasing need for skilling employees. Moreover, government initiatives are expected to fuel the growth of manufacturing jobs, which will increase the need for offering technical training to employees in the manufacturing sector during the forecast period.
Leading companies, competitive strategies, consumer engagement scope
Adobe Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., City & Guilds Group, D2L Corp., Franklin Covey Co., GP Strategies Corp., John Wiley & Sons Inc., NIIT Ltd., Skillsoft Ltd., and Wilson Learning Worldwide Inc.
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Mon, 08 Aug 2022 12:43:00 -0500text/htmlhttps://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2022/08/08/9651752.htmKillexams : Dozens of young men faced a successful weekend-long intense leadership training at Beaver Hollow
Dozens of young men faced a successful weekend long intense leadership training at Beaver Hollow
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Dozens of young men from the inner City of Buffalo returned from facing a three-day intense leadership training retreat at Beaver Hollow to learn critical life leadership skills.
18-year-old Dav Quan Walker and 15-year-old Andrew Middlebrooks tell 7 News about their experiences and the power of teamwork.
We’ve learned how to come together and stick together and try not to put anybody down,” says Walker. “We tried to lift everybody up together as a team.”
The young men also learned the importance of accountability through some boot-camp-style experiences.
“If one person does something stupid, the whole group would have to get down and do push up, basically learning responsibility and accountability,” Middlebrooks says.
This training has been a life-changing experience for all these young men as they learned self-love, leadership, and resilience.
“80 percent of the kids didn’t want to come, and we’ve asked them. They said my parents made me come, and I don’t want to be here, and they actually said that out of their mouths,” says organizer and Global Resilience Trainer Duncan Kirkwood. “They didn’t want to do the march and say yes sir, no sir, but after they got done with the 88th pushup, they straightened up. They learned how to look someone in the eye and learned how to be a team and accountable for one another.”
Several of these young leaders say they desire to be in future leadership roles.
“I want to be a firefighter. It has been my dream job, but if there’s something else that opens up to be a leader like a battalion chief and I’m leading, I’ll do that,” Middlebrooks says. “It takes kinda like being a bigger brother for the people.”
Some say they’re already looking forward to the next retreat.
“It’s not a lot of programs that are out here for young Black men especially to be leaders, and we need that now more than ever,” Walker says.
The global resilience trainer says there will be another intensive leadership training course next Spring for women.
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Mon, 08 Aug 2022 08:42:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.wkbw.com/news/local-news/dozens-of-young-men-faced-a-successful-weekend-long-intense-leadership-training-at-beaver-hollowKillexams : Shaun Wade playing all over Patriots secondary, learning from ‘little pit bull’ Jonathan JonesNo result found, try new keyword!When Jonathan Jones opened training camp on the PUP list, Shaun Wade started in his spot at slot cornerback. He’s since taken snaps all over the secondary, including at safety, and is priding himself ...Mon, 08 Aug 2022 12:18:27 -0500en-ustext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/shaun-wade-playing-all-over-patriots-secondary-learning-from-e2-80-98little-pit-bull-e2-80-99-jonathan-jones/ar-AA10s0gDKillexams : Hobe Sound Early Learning Center hopes to have more safety measures in place this yearNo result found, try new keyword!They made their decision after they attended a school safety meeting with the Martin County Sheriff's Office last month.Mon, 08 Aug 2022 12:10:00 -0500en-ustext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/hobe-sound-early-learning-center-hopes-to-have-more-safety-measures-in-place-this-year/ar-AA10sh7oKillexams : Patriots' Veteran WR On Sputtering Training Camp Offense: 'Growing Pains'No result found, try new keyword!There’s going to be growing pains, and I think we’re going through that stage." The former undrafted free agent is entering his fourth season with the Patriots and, although the offense has sputtered ...Mon, 08 Aug 2022 09:53:00 -0500en-ustext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/patriots-veteran-wr-on-sputtering-training-camp-offense-growing-pains/ar-AA10rJIyKillexams : The Good and Not So Good from Day 10 of 49ers Training Camp: Trey Lance has a Learning ExperienceNo result found, try new keyword!Lance was throwing a long pass to tight end Tyler Kroft and Warner read the throw, so he backpedalled extremely quickly and made the interception 20 yards downfield. Phenomenal play by a phenomenal ...Sun, 07 Aug 2022 12:35:00 -0500en-ustext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/the-good-and-not-so-good-from-day-10-of-49ers-training-camp-trey-lance-has-a-learning-experience/ar-AA10pH8hKillexams : Kharkiv medical students begin training at hospitals around Cambridge
Twenty Ukrainian medical students from Kharkiv, whose training was interrupted by Russia’s full-scale invasion, are beginning clinical placements at hospitals around Cambridge next week to learn vital skills to help support their country’s health service.
Ukrainian students will continue their practical studies and receive essential teaching at the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, and at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Royal Papworth Hospital and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust.
The placements were arranged through a twinning partnership between the University of Cambridge and Kharkiv National Medical University, where the students are studying.
“The seven-week, fully-funded programme will enhance the training the students have already received despite the conflict, help them progress in their further studies with Kharkiv National Medical University, and support Ukraine’s vital health service,” the report states.
The University of Cambridge is co-ordinating the overall programme and clinical training will be delivered by the hospitals involved.
“Colleagues have worked incredibly hard to get this programme up and running in a short space of time. This is action-orientated; it’s about packing as much as possible into seven weeks, everything essential that will allow Kharkiv National Medical University to progress students which otherwise, because of the circumstances, it just couldn’t,” Paul Wilkinson, Clinical Dean at the School of Clinical Medicine, said.
The students on the programme, most of whom have been displaced by the conflict, are in their final two years of medical training. Because of the war, and before that the COVID-19 pandemic, most of their learning over the past two-and-a-half years has been online and they have missed out on essential practical teaching. Following the placements, the students will receive a learning portfolio to support their continuing medical training with Kharkiv National Medical University.
One of the students, Serhii Alkhimov, 21, spent four months living in an underground train station in Kharkiv with around a thousand others. He treated many ill people on his own, and was awarded a medal for his services by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
“I had military medical experience, so it wasn’t as hard for me as it might have been, but I didn’t get a lot of sleep. Most of the people I treated had chronic illnesses and couldn’t get help anywhere else. I was glad to help, and save two or three lives,” Alkhimov told.
Vira Lavryk, 22, fled Kharkiv after it was attacked at the start of the conflict, travelling back to her hometown in the south of Ukraine, before later travelling to Portugal for a hospital placement.
“Kharkiv was attacked on the first day of the invasion, in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening – hour after hour. My mum told me to come home, which was safe for a while, but then my hometown was invaded and occupied by Russia. I was so scared and it left a mark on me that I will never forget,” Lavryk told, adding that it is her ambition to specialise in medicine and become a surgeon, and coming to Cambridge even for a short-term placement is a dream for her.
Student Zaur Badalov, 22, helped to treat injured soldiers and civilians in Ukraine after the invasion.
“I was staying at a hospital in Kharkiv on the day the invasion happened; I was the first one to notice the windows shaking and woke the others. We were all in shock, and then that morning we had injured people coming into the hospital needing help,” Badalov remembered.
After a few weeks, Badalov moved with his family to the west of Ukraine, where he was able to continue his studies online while helping treat injured people arriving at local hospitals from the east.
“I learned a lot helping with the cases, and seeing how the doctors treated people. Now I have a big opportunity to learn new methods of treatment in Cambridge – medicine in the UK is world class – and take this knowledge and these skills back to Ukraine and pass it on to others,” Badalov noted.
Daria Shliakhova, Students’ Mobility Coordinator at Kharkiv National Medical University, said the situation in Ukraine was intense, and the country was in need of more good doctors with good practical skills, “who can help our people and save their lives”.
“It’s a priority to prepare and supply our students all the best we can, and so the clinical placements in Cambridge are very important. […] Many of our hospitals and clinics have been damaged or destroyed by the war, and our people are doing everything possible to provide medical services. Doing our job now is quite challenging, still we are doing our best to provide our students with a high-quality educational process despite the lasting military actions. We would like to express our gratitude to Cambridge for supporting Kharkiv National Medical University and all Ukrainians,” Shliakhova said.
According to Professor Stephen J Toope, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, this partnership between Kharkiv, Cambridge, and the hospitals delivering the training will provide vital practical teaching for students who have been confined to online learning for more than two years – first by the pandemic, and then by Russia’s invasion. In his words, it demonstrates the importance of international co-operation, and it shows Cambridge’s unwavering commitment to helping Ukraine’s higher education sector at this time of crisis.
Paula Dowdy, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Illumina for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, said: “We are proud to support this practical response from Cambridge University that recognises the importance of continuity of education and the opportunity it provides the Ukrainian medical students, but also for the hoped-for rebuilding of health services in Ukraine in the future.”
Mon, 08 Aug 2022 04:31:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.ukrinform.net/rubric-society/3545366-kharkiv-medical-students-begin-training-at-hospitals-around-cambridge.htmlKillexams : IBT Learning Announces Training School for the Tech Job Market
Fort Worth, Texas--(Newsfile Corp. - July 28, 2022) - IBT Learning, an online instructor-led and job-oriented live training school for the tech job market is helping students, most of whom have no background in tech, navigate the tech job market and land roles in notable companies, including several Fortune 500 companies.
IBT Learning does not just offer certification courses, but its live, instructor-led courses are job-oriented, equipping its students with real-world use cases and projects, helping them build sizable portfolios they can feel confident presenting during interviews.
The eLearning platform provides training in DevOps, Data Science, Scrum methodologies, and Cyber Security, as well as other business and technology courses. IBT Learning's team of tutors are proven program leaders with extensive years of success in leading all phases of diverse technology projects specializing in diverse disciplines. For the most part, IBT Learning's instructors are industry leaders working or consulting for Fortune 50 companies.
Speaking about their instructors, the founder of IBT Learning, Godspower Oboido, said: "We've assembled a solid stack of qualified and experienced professionals to instruct and guide our students. We are proud of each and every one of the instructors who take it upon themselves to not just teach, but guide and mentor our students. It's amazing!'' With IBT Learning, he hopes to expand access to online learning to help more people land well-paying jobs in tech.
To ensure it stands out from the competition, IBT Learning offers personal interview coaching and career guidance on top of its broad job assistance program to ensure its students aren't left behind at any step of the way. To offer an expansive and continuous course delivery, IBT Learning has partnered with leading institutions such as Edureka and Dallas Data Science Academy, to mention a few. "Partnership is definitely something we are for - there's strength in numbers," Victoria Peters, Business Development Manager for IBT Learning said.
Thu, 28 Jul 2022 08:58:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/ibt-learning-announces-training-school-205800249.htmlKillexams : The Animation Career Training Program Of The Center For Learning Unlimited Announces Brainstorm Productions And More
The Center for Learning Unlimited, a non-public, WASC- accredited day school in Torrance, California, proudly celebrates the second graduating class of its animation career training program for neurodiverse adults.
Alongside commencement, CLU announces the appointment of an entertainment industry advisory board, plus film festival honors, and a robust project slate for sister animation studio Brainstorm Productions, which commemorates one year in full-time operation.
In addition to kindergarten - 12th grade special education, CLU maintains a highly regarded, 3-year animation curriculum for adults (ages 18+) on the autism spectrum. Summer 2022 marks the completion of intensive 2D and 3D studies for six neurodiverse CLU students.
The CLU class of 2022 includes Kobe Aceves, Noemi Hernandez, Ramon Gonzalez, Brian Menjivar, Eric Thompson, and Joshua Jo. All are recently certified Autodesk Maya CGI software artists.
Each aforementioned apprentice auteur has a CV with crew positions on the short film 'The Cursed Sketchbook,' a 5-minute horror-comedy which enjoyed a March 2022 premiere at an invitation-only, big screen event in Rancho Palos Verdes. Graduates also have credits on the 2021 CLU short film 'What To Do With Your Tabloid News,' a lighthearted explainer video that employs origami, stop motion animation, and CGI to educate and entertain. 'News' - an official selection of the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge (in association with the Bentonville Film Festival) - won Best SUPER Short Film at the 2021 LOGIHQ International HAPPINESS Film Fest and was a finalist in the 2021 Los Angeles Animation Film Festival (LAAF).
"CLU and Brainstorm Productions are comprised of the most devoted, original, imaginative, and inventive artists in show business!" says advisory committee member and heavy-hitting animation multi-hyphenate Walter Santucci. "I am proud to have served as consultant on 'The Cursed Sketchbook.' The crew did a magnificent job!"
United in enthusiasm on the pro-bono advisory board are accomplished veteran producers/directors/writers Kathleen Davison, Matty Rich, and Marlene Sharp. CLU and Brainstorm founder/executive director Ginny Erxleben and animation program coordinator Sylvia Owens complete the cabinet.
Brainstorm Productions has a distinct mission: To be that bridge between school enrollment and paid roles within third party players, such as Disney, Netflix, Electronic Arts, and other entities large and small. Brainstorm Productions presents compensated job opportunities for those with CLU animation diplomas.
In the last year, and in addition to 'The Cursed Sketchbook,' Brainstorm has completed the official poster for New York-based Rock Autism's 'Setlist' premiere at The Hotel Café in Hollywood, plus illustrations and animation for children's book 'The Secret Life of Sheba' by Jane Kusch. Next up: 'Willow's Tale' multi-media package - including two animated shorts - for author Linda Malik! Look for the metaphorical Brainstorm thumbprint at Malik's fall 2022 CatCon booth in Pasadena. Please be on in-box alert for the new, monthly Brainstorm newsletter, featuring creative, business and educational updates.
CLU founder and executive director Virginia Erxleben, EdD, BCET is positively starry-eyed about prospects for the freshly-minted animation professionals. She says, "Brainstorm is a catapult for these unconventional content creators. We hope to engage with the entertainment industry on many fronts to provide meaningful employment inside an underserved community. Our students are too talented not to contribute to their chosen field! Let's change the narrative from 85% unemployment to 85% employment within the neurodiverse population. Brainstorm Productions is a big step in that direction."
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BROOKLYN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 3, 2022--
Ethena, a modern compliance training platform, announced the launch of its Code of Conduct training. The course transforms the Code of Conduct training that public companies are required to do from a “check-the-box” activity, into training that speaks to each company’s values and shares expectations of what it means to be acting ethically and inclusively.
“A company’s Code of Conduct shares the principles and standards that everyone at the company needs to follow – that’s a really important vision to articulate, especially to new hires,” said Roxanne Petraeus, Ethena CEO and co-founder. “Despite its importance, historically, most organizations have struggled to develop training that keeps company values and standards top of mind throughout the year. Usually, it ends up being generic training and check-the-box attestation. We saw companies hungry for something better but also scalable in the era of distributed teams. That’s why Ethena developed our Code of Conduct training to help build ethical and inclusive companies.”
In the United States, all public companies are legally required to have a Code of Conduct, a mandate that began with the establishment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002. Codes of Conduct have become the standard for building ethical workplaces–so much so that even private companies and growing startups develop their own internal Codes.
A Code of Conduct typically encapsulates mission, core values, and culture statements combined with critical rules and regulations–all of which make for a complex, lengthy document. The density of most Codes has made it difficult for compliance professionals to implement effective training, and even harder for employees to retain that content. It is not uncommon for new hires to read the Code during the onboarding process, sign an attestation saying they will follow the rules stated within the document, and then never hear about the Code again.
From public companies to up-and-coming startups, many organizations want to communicate and re-educate employees about the Code over the course of the year, but that has become increasingly difficult with the amount of required training employees receive. As a result, aspects of Code training either get added onto other training initiatives, or just get passed over due to tight budgets and training fatigue.
Ethena’s fully configurable, off-the-shelf Code of Conduct training makes it easier for compliance officers, Legal and HR teams, and managers to educate employees about the Code consistently while not asking for too much employee time. Companies like Zoom have already deployed Ethena’s training to provide continual opportunities for their employees to learn about the Code of Conduct.
Ethena provides the only Code training that is designed in digestible bits of training, which can be delivered at the Moments that Matter. For example, a company can deliver its “Gifts and Entertainment” training right before the holiday season for maximum learning and retention.
“In today’s constantly evolving business landscape, continuous learning in all aspects of an organization is essential,” said Lynn Haaland, Zoom’s Chief Compliance, Ethics, and Privacy Officer. “At Zoom, we extend our passion for continuous learning to our Code of Conduct to help foster value- and purpose-oriented teams, just as our product teams leverage their learnings to create the next-generation of product and business innovation.”
ABOUT ETHENA Ethena is a modern compliance training platform that provides innovative, effective training for companies. Instead of just checking a box, Ethena training builds ethical and inclusive company cultures while providing admins with a seamless software experience to navigate the increasingly-complex web of compliance training requirements. Ethena was founded by Roxanne Petraeus and Anne Solmssen, who drew upon their diverse backgrounds in the U.S. Army, consulting and startups to reinvent the stuffy world of corporate training. Ethena was named one of the most promising enterprise startups in 2021 by Insider. Learn more at www.goethena.com.
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