In order to graduate participants must complete a 1-year long service project while in the program. The service project must benefit the Association and/or the industry at either the regional, state or national level. Examples of acceptable service projects are: projects or items of significant contribution that last the duration of the year’s RPL program that serve our industry at the regional, state or national levels, participation in an APCO Institute workgroup, training certification programs (P33), advocating for legislation that supports the role of public safety communications, and other similar industry or APCO activities that benefit and enhance public safety communications at a regional, state, or national level.
The RPL Program is 12 months in length. You will need to show consistent work every month for the entirety of the RPL Program. Please provide your projected timeline goals below:
To adhere to the requirement of the RPL Program and to gather the information necessary to make your RPL Service Project a success, you will need to correspond with several different individuals, organizations, agencies, etc. Identify who specifically you will be working with, and what specific centers are involved.
Minimum of 250 words
Becoming an RPL will impact your life on a personal, professional, and industry level. Please complete the below questions.
What session are you applying for?
The RPL Program is offered in the following months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, and November. Please select the month and provide the year of your requested program start date below:
NOTE: Successful RPL students graduating between May 1 of the previous year and before April 30 of the current year will be recognized at APCO’s Annual Conference in August.