Program Planning Committees

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Program Planning Committees are charged with determining the education programming based on evaluative and needs assessment data as well as association priorities. Examples of current programs that use such committees include Advanced Practice Institute (API) and National Teaching Institute® (NTI).

Program Planning Committees require travel to meet face-to-face one to two times a year. Members may participate in two to three conference calls that can be taken from home or work, and should be available to analyze and respond to materials between meetings.