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American Association for Public Opinion Research

Insights Professional Certification

The Insights Association has launched a sophisticated new online system through which all participants in the Insights Professional Certification (IPC) program may easily manage their activity. The new system automatically tracks all aspects of an individual IPC’s account, including continuing education credits which expire on a rolling basis. Detailed account status can now be reported and managed in real time.

AAPOR webinars and courses can be counted towards the IPC 20 hour CEU requirement. With the revised IPC program, when an applicant renews, they attest that they have accomplished those requirements. Insights Association offers a tracking sheet as part of the renewal process. 

Click here for more information about IPC and how to create an Insights Association Account to log your education hours.

Click here for a tutorial on logging in and viewing your credits.

AAPOR will email you the links for obtaining IPC credit after you complete the evaluation for your short course/webinar.

Don’t have an Insights Professional Certification yet?  AAPOR Webinars may be used to qualify for the certification and to maintain the certification. For more information on the Insights Professional Certification, please see: https://ia.insightsassociation.org/ipc

Credits are available for AAPOR webinars that were presented from January 2016 onward. Please use the links below to apply credit for the webinars you have attended in the past.
AAPOR Webinar Title
A "How To" Course on AAPOR Response Rate Calculations and Practical Examples from the Field
A Practical Guide for Surveys Based on Nonprobability Samples
A Primer to Web Scraping with R
A Total Error Framework for Generic Datasets and Estimates
A Truthful Art: Effective Communication with Charts, Maps and Infographics
Cell Phones: Current Practice and the Future of Telephone Interviewing
Cellular Telephone Methods: Evolutions and Improvements
Current Developments in Cognitive Testing of Survey Questions
Data Science Trends and Tools for Measuring Attitudes and Behaviors
Data Visualization in R
Distinguished Lecture: Challenges Faced by the Federal Statistics System
Evaluating and Reducing Biases in Mixed Mode Survey Data
Extending the Total Survey Error Perspective to Multiple-Surveys and Big Data
Good Questionnaire Design: Best Practices in the Mobile Era
How To Do Text Message Surveys
Identifying Likely Voters in Pre-Election Surveys
Non-probability Sampling for Finite Population Inference
PAPOR Chapter Spotlight Webinar: Public Opinion of the Affordable Care Act: A Deeply Loved/Hated Law
R for SPSS Users: A User Friendly Introduction Using Rcommander
Smart Phones, Smart Questionnaires? The Challenges of Delivering Surveys via Mobile Devices
Social Media and Public Opinion Research: A Road Map for Rigor, Transparency, Replicability
Survey Data Analysis and Visualization in R
Survey Data Analysis and Visualization in R
Survey Research In The Digital Age
Survey Weighting: Goals and Methods
The Mixology of Samples - Blending Probability and Nonprobability Samples
The Role of Question Characteristics in Designing and Evaluating Survey Questions
Visual Design in Surveys: Using Numbers, Symbols, and Graphics Effectively
Why Do a Mixed-Mode Survey?
Writing for Refereed Journals