Nevada Certified Public Manager Program (NVCPM)
Until further notice, the remaining Class 17 sessions and the commencement of Class 18 of the Nevada Certified Public Manager Program are postponed in the interest of employees’ health and welfare. The application period for Class 18 remains open, and a new class schedule will be published as soon as possible, following the Governor's directives and protocols on returning to the workplace.
Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program
The Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program is a nationally recognized and nationally accredited leadership development program for public managers and supervisors. The CPM Program is designed for public administrators who wish to learn both current management theory and useful techniques in order to improve their performance as managers in the public sector. The vision of the CPM Program is to develop “world class leaders and managers for public service.”
Professional and developmental in nature, the CPM Program is designed to prepare managers for increasingly complex and demanding governmental issues. At the completion of each program level, participants will develop practical applications relevant to advancing the mission and objectives of their organizations.
The CPM designation, like the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation, is a professional rather than an academic credential. Those who complete the CPM Program will earn the national designation of Certified Public Manager.