What will I learn and accomplish in CPM?
When and where are the next classes?
How much does it cost?
How do I register?
Who are the instructors?
How are the courses organized?
Utah's CPM curriculum incorporates core competencies as outlined by the National CPM Consortium. To review the core competencies click on Course Catalog
or click here
to access the CPM Handbook.
Participants are directed toward performance outcomes. When you enter a CPM course, you can expect to gain knowledge and achieve results that increase your professional capacity and experience. Click on Performance Outcomes
to see what you will accomplish in the Utah CPM Program.
A full schedule of classes is offered in Salt Lake City starting every January, April and September. Click on Schedule
to access the Class Locations and Course Schedules. Classes are taught in other locations around the state and can be arranged anywhere in Utah when there is sufficient demand. If you are interested in participating in a course outside of Salt Lake County in the future, please contact Sherry Saracino at email@example.com
or (801)538-4223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please indicate which course you are interested in and location preference.
Argosy University offers CPM courses in a completely online format that begin several times throughout the year. The Argosy FAQs
page includes CPM course and FLSA time reporting information. Please contact Steven Allison at 801-870-1319 or email@example.com
for more information regarding online course specifics and registration.
The cost of the program is $650 per course in Salt Lake,
Utah, Davis, Summit, Tooele and Weber Counties. Classes
offered in other counties are $750 per course.
Click on Registration
to be directed to the registration information flier. Click here
to go directly to the online registration system.
CPM instructors are experienced practitioners who understand
adult learners' need for experiential learning and practical
application. Click on Instructors
for a brief introduction.
- Each course is organized into modules. See the Module Descriptions.
- Performance outcomes define the practical learning tasks
students can expect to accomplish in each module of the
Utah CPM program.
- Experience a variety of instructors. During the quarter students
may experience several different instructors who facilitate specific
modules rather than entire courses. See Instructors to learn more
about the program instructors.
- CPM certification requires completion of the three core courses plus 40 hours of elective credits within a five year time period. See Course Catalog for more detail, or click here to access the Elective Credit section of the CPM Handbook.