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PPN’S 4 PRINCIPLES & STATEMENT OF SUPERIOR EDUCATION

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Statement of Superior Education

All presenters, facilitators, speakers, educators, and Caliber 10 leaders are expected to understand and represent the professionalism and integrity of the Pro Painter Network’s 4 Principles.

The Pro Painter Network (PPN) recognizes that the professional reputations of all presenters and educators engaged with PPN programming will become synonymous with the superior quality education and training offered at PPN education events and will be viewed as credible business resources for contractors. It is therefore necessary, for the continued success and stellar reputation of all presenters associated with PPN, that PPN programming and education maintain consistency and alignment between its principles, products, and services. To that end, all presenters for any of PPN education events and programming must be prepared to agree to the following standards:

It is the sole prerogative of PPN to select presenters for all PPN education events, online or regional, including Crank events. PPN bases its decisions on the knowledge and expertise of the speaker, relevance and usefulness of information, freshness of voice and presence, uniqueness of perspective and delivery, record of previous engagement results with various audiences, and with priority consideration given to PPN Partners and Sponsors.

  • Understanding of, and adherence to, the professionalism and integrity of Pro Painter Network’s 4 Principles
  • Delivery of presentation or course, as approved by PPN, without disproportionate marketing or endorsement of company, product, or services.
  • Limitation of company logos, product name, and/or branding.
  • Distribution of information and handouts solely with intent to reinforce learning objectives.
  • Creative teaching techniques and devices appropriate for learning objectives and learning styles of attendees.
  • Accuracy of all presentation materials and information.
  • Conciseness of presentation-timing to fit parameters of course schedule.
  • Refraining from requiring attendees to submit contact information.
  • Direct coordination with, and required approval of, PPN’s Professional Development Director (Chris Shank) for all details relevant to presentation information and materials, event logistics, and delivery specifications.
  • Consistent and optimistic representation of PPN and all of its representatives, materials, and education in presenter’s verbiage, conduct, and content in accordance with the superior quality and integrity of PPN’s 4 Principles.

It is the sole prerogative of PPN to select presenters for all PPN education events, online or regional, including Crank events. PPN bases its decisions on the knowledge and expertise of the speaker, relevance and usefulness of information, freshness of voice and presence, uniqueness of perspective and delivery, record of previous engagement results with various audiences, and with priority consideration given to PPN Partners and Sponsors.

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