Nominations will be open October 15 to December 15, 2020
In 2010, the Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) established the Ronny Jack Coleman Leadership Legacy Award (RJCLLA). We designed this annual award to recognize individual who exemplify the ability, character, and dedication to lifelong learning and display the leadership attributes embodied by Chief Ronny Jack Coleman in developing the personal self-assessment process that is the basis for our officer designations.
The RJCLLA recognizes an individual who holds a designation through CPC and has exhibited superior leadership and actions that have elevated the Fire and Emergency Service profession through mentoring, teaching, advocating, and sharing outstanding contributions.
This annual award recognizes an individual who holds a designation through the Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) and has exhibited superior leadership and actions that have elevated the Fire and Emergency Service profession through mentoring, teaching, advocating, and sharing outstanding contributions.
Any individuals currently designated through the CPC, including former CPSE board members and former CPC or CFAI commissioners, are eligible to compete for this award. CPSE staff, contractors and current members of the CPSE board, CPC, or CFAI are ineligible to compete for this award.
The nomination being submitted should highlight the individual for their significant achievements or contributions to the Fire and Emergency Service within the last five years.
The application will be evaluated and scored on the following criteria:
- Accomplishments (in mentoring and professional development, including the CPC credentialing process beyond their own agency)
- Initiative (including helping others beyond their own agency through mentoring and professional development, including advocacy for the CPC credentialing process)
- Technical competence (including serving as a peer reviewer, credentialing mentor or instructor)
- Additional achievements/contributions (including volunteer activities with the CPSE)
- Additional information
- Applicants must complete the online nomination form and submit electronically by 5 p.m. Eastern on December 15, 2020.
- You might want to download a Word version of the form, fill it out offline, and then copy-and-paste the contents into the online form.
- Incomplete nomination packages will be rejected.
- The Commission on Professional Credentialing will review nominations and choose the award winner.
- The award winner will be announced late February 2021.
Questions should be addressed to Debbie Sobotka, CPSE COO.
This form must be filled out and submitted by 5:00 p.m., Eastern, December 15, 2020.
You can download a Word version of this form to fill out offline, then copy-and-paste your responses into this online form for submission.