IEDC Certification Preparatory Course Coming to Ohio!
CEcD Exam Prep Course
Give your Career a Boost!
Convenient for anyone in:
Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia
What IEDC CEcD Certification Exam Prep
Why Those taking this review have experienced a significantly higher pass rate compared to the overall exam rate.
When February 26-27, 2018
Where Business Solutions Center, 1435 Cincinnati Street, Dayton OH 45417
Who Limited to the first 30 individuals who sign-up
Cost $300 – includes training manuals and meals
Whether you are just starting your pathway to becoming a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD), have taken the required classes, or have taken the CEcD exam (but need a little more preparation), this training will help you meet that goal.
Class time is reserved for those activities that are best done in a face-to-face setting, including practice sessions dealing with the short answer, essay, and the oral exams.
Participants should expect to:
- Enhance skills taking the short answer, essay, and oral exams for CEcD
- Learn how to answer exam questions
- Take exams, write, talk, and be graded on your effectiveness
This course includes:
- 4 elements vital to earning CEcD certification
- Learning and understanding the CEcD requirements
- Planning to meet requirements
- Preparing for the exams
- Taking the exams
Click button, fill-in the form (or just print), then mail form and your registration fee to the address on the form.
Contact for more information:
Angela Swartz, (937) 225-4351 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Marriott: 1414 S Patterson Blvd, Dayton OH (937) 223-1000
Courtyard by Marriott: 2006 S Edwin C Moses Blvd, Dayton OH (937) 220-9060
Call Angela Swartz at (937) 225-4351 or
email email@example.com with any questions!
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