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Essential Skills: Maintenance, Legal and Operational Risk Management, & Marketing for Industry Leaders, Instructor Led Training April 12 & April 13, 2021

 

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Essential Skills: Maintenance, Legal and Operational Risk Management, & Marketing for Industry Leaders

Nearly every aspect of parking and transportation operations require dealing with some degree of risk.  As professionals within this industry, how can we appreciate what risks are necessary for provision of service and what risks can be reduced or eliminated through design, controls, technology, transfer of liability, and other means? This class will cover all of these!  Parking Facility security will be discussed in terms of risk management, insurance coverage and reducing your liability exposure. Identify your potential liabilities. What steps can you take to reduce lawsuits from both your employees and customers? The marketing and public relations session will demonstrate an approach on developing a value proposition and other marketing strategies that is easily distributable amongst avenues of marketing and communication. And the maintenance/forensic engineering session will review different types of parking structures and typical distress conditions, to help operators save time and money.

This multi-day course exclusively offered by IPMI aligns with the CAPP Job Analysis: specifically, Domain I: General Management, Domain II: Project Management; Domain V: Marketing and Public Relations

Overall Course Objectives:

• Explore the significance of distress conditions and the resulting financial impact.
• Examine repair construction documents and construction phase services.
• Illustrate the various elements of risk management and identify liabilities.
• Examine legal concepts and terms of insurance coverage.
• Recognize the importance of implementing external communication policy and protocol.
• Effectively and consistently engage in community involvement through peer to peer interactions in-person and remote.
• Identify operational, financial, and functional risks common to parking and transportation operations

Essential Skills for Industry Leaders is a Multi-Day class with four sessions:

Day One sessions

  • Financial Risk Management: 2 hours on 4/12/2021, 11 am – 1 pm EST
  • Maintenance/Forensic Engineering: 2.5 hours on 4/12/2021, 2pm – 4:30pm EST

Day Two sessions

  • Marketing and Public Relations: 2 hours on 4/13/2021, 11 am – 1:00 pm EST
  • Operational Risk Management and General Liability: 2 hours on 4/13/2021, 2 pm – 4 pm EST

Offers 9 CAPP points or .9 CEU’s towards application or recertification

For more information, contact professionaldevelopment@parking-mobility.org


Instructors:

Brett Munkel, CAPP, Vice President, University Services, SP+

Brett oversees and maintains higher education and medical client relationships throughout North America for SP+. He has more than 15 years of relevant experience, previously working with Walker Consultants and Edwards & Neff Engineering.   Recognized for his experience with the planning, operational, and financial aspects of the industry with a focus on the specific needs of campus environments, he is a CAPP and a Board Member of PTAG, CPTA, the APO Board.

Al Bustamante, Walker Consultants

Al is a Senior Vice President and National Director of Forensic Restoration and Building Envelope Services at Walker Consultants. An expert in the evaluation, testing, and design repairs of a variety of structural, architectural, and material distress related projects, Al has over 18 years of experience in the assessment and repair of such structural systems as conventional and post-tensioned reinforced concrete, steel frames, and masonry. His experience related to façade evaluation and repair design includes working with different stone cladding materials, curtain walls, brick, and concrete.

Britney Cooper, WGI Inc.

Britney Cooper works for WGI in Business Development and resides in Houston, TX. She began her career in the parking industry in 2015 where she previously worked at Walter P Moore as their Parking Services Coordinator and DESMAN as a Marketing Manager. For the past two years, she was selected to speak at the IPMI conference. She is a member and actively involved in the Texas Parking and Transportation Association and the Houston chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services.

Michael J. Ash Esq., CRE, Carlin & Ward

Michael J. Ash, CRE, joined Carlin & Ward in 2019.   Mr. Ash’s areas of practice include Litigation, Redevelopment Law, Real Estate, and Municipal Law specializing in real estate value litigation, specifically, Eminent Domain and Real Estate Tax appeals.
Mr. Ash brings 15 years of experience acquiring real estate for public projects to represent property owners in eminent domain acquisitions.  Mr. Ash has handled hundreds of condemnation cases for all manner of public purposes.

Online Instructor Led Course: Disaster Recovery – September 21, 2021

 

Register here for this event. $150 for IPMI Members.


Non-Members may attend for a $300 registration fee. Click the register link above to attend as a non-member.  Need help logging in? Contact us at professionaldevelopment@parking-mobility.org.

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Participants will learn about different safety and security measures that can be implemented to create a safe and positive parking experience. Participants will also have an opportunity to identify critical business services and practice drafting a simple response and continuity of operations plan. Finally, participants will be given information on resilience, including information on emergency preparedness and emergency management resources available in many municipalities across North America, and digital resources that are available globally. Community resilience requires all businesses and individuals to have a response plan, practice their response plan, and document the areas of opportunity to improve the plan going forward.

This aligns with content in Domain VI of the CAPP Exam Content Outline.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Determine and evaluate appropriate safety and security measures for different types of parking organizations
  • Identify and prioritize critical business services for emergency response and continuity of operations planning.
  • Recognize a resilience community and how to integrate/interface with it

Offer 2 CAPP points or .2 CEUs towards application or recertification


Instructors:

Erica Hupka,  Assistant Director of Emergency Management, University of Kansas Medical Center

Erica Hupka is an accomplished strategic planner, resiliency manager, and public speaker. She holds a master’s degree in security studies from the Naval Postgraduate School and is a Master Exercise Practitioner with FEMA. Erica’s responsibilities include strategic planning, writing policies, and preparedness plans, and developing and executing training on a variety of topics, as well as conducting multi-jurisdictional preparedness exercises for the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Kelly Dunn, Associate Director of Resiliency & Emergency Management,  University of Kansas Medical Center

Kelly Dunn is an accomplished Campus Resiliency and Emergency Management Director. She holds a master’s degree in security studies from the Naval Postgraduate School and leads the Kansas Board of Reagents’ Campus Resilience Board. Kelly’s responsibilities include being the Clery Coordinator, the DFSCA Coordinator, being an advisor to the Kansas Board of Regents, and writing university-wide policies and preparedness plans for the University of Kansas Medical Center. She is also a distinguished educator and presenter.

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Online Instructor Led Course: Analysis and Application of Technology, March 9, 2021

Register here for this event.  $150 for IPMI Members.

This course is a two-day course. March 9 and 11.


Non-Members may attend for a $250 registration fee. Click the register link above to attend as a non-member.  Need help logging in?

Contact us at professionaldevelopment@parking-mobility.org.

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This course is about the development and introduction of new technology in all aspects of our lives that are happening at a pace never experienced before. This is certainly true in how we manage and conduct business in the parking and mobility sector. In this session we will discuss new and emerging technologies, the associated advantages and disadvantages, factors to be determined when considering implementing technology, and what constitutes a successful implementation. This aligns with content in Domain VI of the CAPP Exam Content Outline.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Evaluate new technology to become a ‘smart consumer’.
  • Recite your business model including how new technology fits into your organization.
  • Determine a need before selecting a solution.
  • Craft an effective plan for the consideration and implementation of technology.

Offer 4 CAPP points or .4 CEUs towards application or recertification


Instructor: Tom Wunk, CAPP

Tom was Vice President of Sales Engineering PARCS Solutions for T2 Systems and has been in the parking control industry since 1973. He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking. A product of the State University of New York system, he has developed and provided training presentations for the IPMI, ASIS, PIE, and the AAAE. He is a member of the IPMI Technology Committee, the IPMI Educational Committee, the Smart Card Alliance, and the EMV Migration Forum.

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Online Instructor Led Course: Analysis and Application of Technology, March 11, 2021

 

Register here for this event.  $150 for IPMI Members.

This course is a two-day course. March 9 and 11.


Non-Members may attend for a $250 registration fee. Click the register link above to attend as a non-member.  Need help logging in?

Contact us at professionaldevelopment@parking-mobility.org.

NOT A MEMBER? JOIN TODAY.


This course is about the development and introduction of new technology in all aspects of our lives that are happening at a pace never experienced before. This is certainly true in how we manage and conduct business in the parking and mobility sector. In this session we will discuss new and emerging technologies, the associated advantages and disadvantages, factors to be determined when considering implementing technology, and what constitutes a successful implementation. This aligns with content in Domain VI of the CAPP Exam Content Outline.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Evaluate new technology to become a ‘smart consumer’.
  • Recite your business model including how new technology fits into your organization.
  • Determine a need before selecting a solution.
  • Craft an effective plan for the consideration and implementation of technology.

Offer 4 CAPP points or .4 CEUs towards application or recertification


Instructor:

Tom Wunk, CAPP

Tom was Vice President of Sales Engineering PARCS Solutions for T2 Systems and has been in the parking control industry since 1973. He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking. A product of the State University of New York system, he has developed and provided training presentations for the IPMI, ASIS, PIE, and the AAAE. He is a member of the IPMI Technology Committee, the IPMI Educational Committee, the Smart Card Alliance, and the EMV Migration Forum.

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Online Instructor Led Course: Understanding Racism – February 11, 2021

Register here for this event. $49 for IPMI Members


Non-Members may attend for a $99 registration fee. Click the register link above to attend as a non-member.  Need help logging in? Contact us at professionaldevelopment@parking-mobility.org.

NOT A MEMBER? JOIN TODAY.


Racism is a subject many people don’t understand and are not comfortable discussing. While employers would rather not have these discussions, not discussing race is ignoring reality. Race has been an issue for centuries and it’s time to discuss it, understand it, and realize the impact and role it plays in the workplace.

Understanding racism will enable you to grow personally and professionally. This workshop will address perception versus reality. We will discuss systemic racism, what it is, what it looks like, and what it feels like. We’ll also discuss racial micro-aggressions and their impact on human resources, team building, and work relationships. We’ll finish with a plan on where to go from here. This topic may seem daunting but everyone needs to have this discussion. This session is for administrators, supervisors, team leaders, and team members. We will address this topic openly, carefully, and respectfully.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain Systemic Racism including what it is, its impact in the workplace, and how to recognize it.
  • Review the definitions of racial micro-aggressions and illustrate examples.
  • Complete a Self-Assessment and explore how to move forward in a group discussion.

Offer 2 CAPP points or .2 CEUs towards your intial application or recertification


Instructor: Vanessa Cummings, CAPP, CEO, Ms. V Consulting, LLC

Vanessa is an energetic speaker who engages her audiences with humor, sensitivity, and real-life experience. She has 20 years of training and 24 years of experience in the parking industry. She challenges you to think and is able to bring ease and openness to difficult topics. You will be inspired.

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IPMI News: CAPP Scholarship Recipients Awarded Nearly $10,000 in 2020 to Advance the Profession

CAPP Scholarship Recipients Awarded Nearly $10,000 in 2020 to Advance the Profession

The International Parking & Mobility Institute (IPMI) this year provided nearly $9,000 in CAPP Scholarship funds to 17 industry professionals to further their professional educations.

CAPP is the premier credential for parking, mobility, and transportation professionals and is administered by IPMI in partnership with the University of Virginia. CAPP Scholarship funds are donated by industry members to help their colleagues continue professional development when courses, travel, or other factors are outside their budgets.

“2020 was a difficult year for our industry and, unfortunately, many of our individual members,” said Shawn Conrad, CAE, chief executive officer of IPMI. “Thanks to generous donations to the CAPP Scholarship fund, our people were able to continue learning and reaching their goals despite financial challenges.”

Recipients used scholarship funds to attend online education, the 2020 IPMI Virtual Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo, the 2020 IPMI Leadership Summit, and a host of webinars, seminars, and special offerings; these have become more vital with rapid technological and operational changes in the industry.

“We’re proud of the kindness and support IPMI’s members have shared with their colleagues and delighted to have been able to award scholarships and ultimately help advance someone’s career. We are grateful to everyone who’s made that possible through donations,” said Conrad.

IPMI offers significant resources free to our members to support the pursuit and maintenance of the industry’s leading credential, including both in-person and remote-proctored testing to assist our members during the continuing response to the COVID-19 crisis.  Know a colleague in transition? Let them know we are offering free transitional memberships for individuals looking for their next position as part of our Stay Connected efforts.

Scholarships that Support Our Members

The William Voigt CAPP Scholarship is available to eligible industry professionals pursuing their CAPP credential.  Download the scholarship form and details.  Funds may be used to attend all professional development courses and trainings, including the 2021 Mobility & Innovation Summit, which will be hosted virtually February 24 and 25, 2021.

CAPP Mentor Program

The CAPP Mentor program strengthens leadership skills and supports future parking, transportation, and mobility leaders as they prepare to become CAPP credentialed. Open to all in pursuit of CAPP, and accepting applications throughout the new year.

Get Involved and Support the Industry and Your Colleagues

For more information on CAPP Scholarships or to donate and keep the learning going, visit us online.

Online Instructor Led Course: Analysis and Application of Technology

Two day Course: July 28 and 30th

About the course:  The development and introduction of new technology in all aspects of our lives is happening at a pace never experienced before. This is certainly true in how we manage and conduct business in the parking and mobility sector. In this session we will discuss new and emerging technologies, the associated advantages and disadvantages, factors to be determined when considering implementing technology, and what constitutes a successful implementation. This aligns with content in Domain VI of the CAPP Exam Content Outline.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Evaluate new technology to become a ‘smart consumer’.
  • Recite your business model including how new technology fits into your organization.
  • Determine a need before selecting a solution.
  • Craft an effective plan for the consideration and implementation of technology.

 

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Presenter – Tom Wunk, CAPP, is Vice President of Sales Engineering PARCS Solutions for T2 Systems and has been in the parking control industry since 1973. He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking. A product of the State University of New York system, he has developed and provided training presentations for the IPMI, ASIS, PIE, and the AAAE. He is a member of the IPMI Technology Committee, the IPMI Educational Committee, the Smart Card Alliance, and the EMV Migration Forum.

Course Credits: 4 CAPP Points for Candidates and 4 CAPP Points for recertificants in Program Type 5.

Cost:

  • $150.00 U.S. for IPMI members
  • $300.00 US for Non-members

This is a two-day course on July 28 and 30, 2020

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Online Instructor Led Course: Analysis and Application of Technology

Two day Course: July 28 and 30th

About the course:  The development and introduction of new technology in all aspects of our lives is happening at a pace never experienced before. This is certainly true in how we manage and conduct business in the parking and mobility sector. In this session we will discuss new and emerging technologies, the associated advantages and disadvantages, factors to be determined when considering implementing technology, and what constitutes a successful implementation. This aligns with content in Domain VI of the CAPP Exam Content Outline.

At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Evaluate new technology to become a ‘smart consumer’.
  • Recite your business model including how new technology fits into your organization.
  • Determine a need before selecting a solution.
  • Craft an effective plan for the consideration and implementation of technology.

Register button

 

Presenter – Tom Wunk, CAPP, is Vice President of Sales Engineering PARCS Solutions for T2 Systems and has been in the parking control industry since 1973. He is a Certified Administrator of Public Parking. A product of the State University of New York system, he has developed and provided training presentations for the IPMI, ASIS, PIE, and the AAAE. He is a member of the IPMI Technology Committee, the IPMI Educational Committee, the Smart Card Alliance, and the EMV Migration Forum.

Course Credits: 4 CAPP Points for Candidates and 4 CAPP Points for recertificants in Program Type 5.

Cost:

  • $150.00 U.S. for IPMI members
  • $300.00 US for Non-members

This is a two day course offered on July 28 and July 30, 2020.

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