The Core Competencies of School Planning: Essential skills of an ALEP
The Accredited Learning Environment Planner (ALEP) is the professional designation of the Association and signifies excellence in the industry. It is designed to elevate professional standards, enhance individual performance, and identify those in the educational environment industry who demonstrate the core competencies essential to the practice of planning, designing, equipping and maintaining educational environments.
The Commission, an independent body that governs the accreditation, creates, sets policy for, and bestows the ALEP. The Commission has identified core competencies which the designation represents and defines an outstanding professional in the industry of planning, designing, equipping, and maintaining learning environments.
This session will review the skills necessary for becoming an ALEP and address the 7 core competencies of the designation. Each competency will be defined with examples to demonstrate the skills.
OBJ#1 Explain the designation and its importance to the industry
OBJ# 2 Review the 7 core competencies
OBJ#3 Demonstrate examples of the skills necessary in each competency
OBJ#4 Learn the process of becoming an ALEP