IPMI's Professional Development Newsletter: February 2021
ParkingStill Needed
For many of us in the parking and transportation industry, the normal hustle and bustle came to a screeching halt a year ago along with most of society. Without the everyday crises and constantly getting ready for the next event, I felt bored at work. For once, parking and transportation didn’t feel as involved in the daily life of the university. I spent my days watching our revenue fall and having to make round after round of service and budget cuts. Read more.
Justin Grunert, MSM, IPMI's training coordinator and LMS administrator. discusses the process and requirements for recertification. Justin highlights the requirements for Program Type 4, focused on the industry content such as presentations and articles. PLAY.
You asked–We listened!

IPMI will offer FREE Frontline Fundamentals sessions for members throughout 2021. Check out the schedule and sign your team up here.

Questions? Contact Cindy Campbell, our Senior Training & Development Specialist.
CAPP Corner
This year our signature multi-day Conference CAPP Domain-Specific classes are offered online this April, replacing the face-to-face classes typically held during the IPMI Conference and Expo.

April 12 and 13, 2021 (Limited seating available)
$249 for IPMI Members, Offers 9 CAPP Points

March 9 and 11, 2021 (Limited seating available)
$150 for IPMI Members, Offers 4 CAPP Points

Congratulations to our newest CAPPs:
  • Neil Hart, CAPP; University of Houston
  • Kevin White, CAPP; Walker Consultants
Fun Facts

George Washington worked as a surveyor before becoming a military leader and statesman. Abraham Lincoln enjoyed many amenities George Washington never knew, including living in the White House and enjoying more state dinners amid elegant surroundings. Lincoln allowed his cat Tabby to eat at the table in the White House. Read more from the Presidential Pet Museum.
Did You Know?

The origin of Presidents’ Day lies in the 1880s, when the birthday of Washington—commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and the first president of the United States—was first celebrated as a federal holiday. In 1968 Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Bill, which moved a number of federal holidays to Mondays. Read more here.
Mark Your Calendar:
Upcoming Events & Training
IPMI provides extensive parking, mobility, and transportation-specific education and professional development programs. Download the new Insider's Guide to Professional Development, or check out the entire calendar of events here.

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