The Higher Logic Summer Learning Series is brilliant! I'm impressed by the quality of the webinars, the innovative Thought Leaders and the overall collaborative conversation. If you haven't registered, you should!
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 7, 2010
Higher Logic™, the leader in social media and collaboration solutions for associations and not-for-profits, announces their distinguished Learning Series now offers CAE education credits for association professionals. By attending these weekly webinar programs, participants are eligible to earn one Certified Association Executive (CAE™) credit per session. This inventive series is a collection of social networking best practices webinars, hosted by the brightest minds in the non-profit and association space. They encompass topics, issues and trends that are important to the association community and feature industry experts who are leaders in professional social networking and marketing.
According to ASAE, “The Certified Association Executive (CAE) program is designed to elevate professional standards, enhance individual performance, and designate association professionals who demonstrate the knowledge essential to the practice of association management. Governed by the CAE Commission, an independent certifying body of the American Society of Association Executives, the CAE Commission awards the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential and is responsible for setting policy and standards related to the CAE program. The CAE program stands as a mark of excellence and has evolved to reflect what it takes to manage an association in today's challenging climate.”
“We’re proud that Higher Logic’s Learning Series will now benefit participants working towards their CAE designation,” states Lauren Wolfe, Higher Logic’s Marketing and Communications Manager. “Each week our webinars provide the opportunity for association professionals to learn and share their unique knowledge. The 2010 Learning Series is provided complimentary to association professionals so together we can make a difference in our organizations.”
The webinars are interactive and provide an opportunity for attendees to learn from social media, marketing and cloud computing experts in a secure, open forum. “The Higher Logic Summer Learning Series is brilliant! I'm impressed by the quality of the webinars, the innovative Thought Leaders and the overall collaborative conversation. If you haven't registered, you should!” stated frequent attendee, Linda Chreno, IOM, CAE, Director of Marketing & Communications, American College of Phlebology.
Upcoming Learning Series webinars include:
- Thurs, Sept. 9: "Strategies to Grow Your Association & Build Member Engagement"
- Tues, Sept. 14: "How to Market and Launch a Vibrant Connected Community"
- Tues, Sept. 28: "You've Launched Your Community, Now What?"
Register at http://www.higherlogic.com/q4learningseries2010 . Past thought leaders have included Jeff De Cagna, Principled Innovation; Velma Hart, Past ASAE Board Chairmen, AMVETS; Jeff Tenenbaum and A.J. Zottola, Esq., Venable LLP; KiKi L'Italien, DelCor Technology Solutions; and Andy Steggles, Higher Logic. All sessions are recorded and available to registrants after the session, and are also archived in a secure, private knowledge community- Higher Logic’s Users Group (HUG). Recroded sessions do not offer CAE credit. A new slate of sessions will be announced in September, visit Higher Logic’s website for the upcoming announcement.
About Higher Logic:
Higher Logic provides innovative professional social networking and collaboration solutions for associations and non-profits seeking to attract new members and energize existing members. The Connected Community™ application suite empowers members to exchange ideas, share best practices and collaborate- anytime, anywhere. Higher Logic’s suite of products offer a new dimension of value to constituents, with Connected Community’s pre-built integration to leading association management systems and M² ™ - Mobile Membership™ smart phone app. Higher Logic delivers solutions so member-based organizations can increase their presence and attract a new generation of global members.