Course Detail: CPM - Certified Public ManagerŪ Program

The Certified Public ManagerŪ program provides a foundation of knowledge and skills in management practices for managers at all levels in government and public-serving organizations; offers opportunities for professional and personal growth for public-sector employees; and fosters effective management practices in government and nonprofit organizations.

The Heartland CPM program combines classroom hours, online learning, and outside assignments to meet 300 hours of structured learning to earn the CPM credential. Classes meet for two days each month from January through November, allowing participants to build their peer network while strengthening management competencies. Participants also complete a capstone project in conjunction with their sponsoring agencies focused on cost savings, revenue generation, process improvement, or innovation. 

For 2022, CPM classes will be offered in Topeka, the KC Metro Area, and Online. Participants register for a primary class location but can attend the other location if their schedule requires. Click on a class below for additional details or to begin the registration process. You can also find our program brochure and a printable schedule (available in December) on our website at http://kupmc.ku.edu/programs/cpm. The deadline for early-bird registration is November 1. After November 1 we will continue to accept registrations as long as space remains with a $200 late fee added to the class cost.

A letter of intent and a letter of recommendation from your supervisor are required; additional instructions will be provided in the confirmation email you receive after applying.

 Session Detail: 22420LAW

Schedule: The Topeka CPM cohort meets for 22 class sessions over 11 months. Classes meet on Tuesday and Wednesday. Click "View Full Schedule" for a listing of class dates.
Times: 09:00am - 04:30pm
Early Bird Discount (expires 11/1/21) : $3900.00

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As much as possible, CPM will maintain the in-person format it has been known for, utilizing appropriate safety precautions and guidelines. In the event public health guidelines change, the CPM program may transition to a live, online delivery format, either in part or in full. Transition to online delivery necessitated by public health concerns is not a basis for requesting a refund.

Facility Detail

Kansas Health Institue
Big Bluestem Room
212 SW Eighth Ave.
Suite 300
Topeka, KS 66603