2022 APO Site Reviewer Training - Renewal
Online, Instructor Led Training - October 2022
THIS COURSE IS ONLY OPEN TO RENEWING APO SITE REVIEWERS WHOSE TRAINING EXPIRES 12/31/22.
The Accredited Parking Organization (APO) program establishes a benchmark of the quality by which a parking management organization conducts its business and maintains its facilities and services. Site review is a required component for applicant organizations and must be completed by an IPMI-approved site reviewer who has successfully completed this training.
APO Site Reviewers are solely trained by IPMI to evaluate organizations pursuing accreditation under the program. This course will cover quality management and continuity of applying best practices to each site, determining evidence to satisfy the standard, and the role and ethical expectations of an APO Site Reviewer. Participants receive a copy of the APO Manual for Applicants and the matrix, a planning tool for implementation.
APO Site Reviewer renewal training is offered as an instructor-led online class. The class covers the experience of what it is like to submit the application and accompanying evidence.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion and qualified participants will be listed as trained site reviewers on the IPMI website.
Rachel Yoka, CAPP, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP - Vice President for Program Development, International Parking & Mobility Institute
Rachel serves as Vice President of Program Development for IPMI, leading the organization in the areas of in the areas of strategic partnerships, mobility, sustainability, technology, research, and data analytics. Rachel leads the APO program for IPMI, assisting Site Reviewers and APO applicants through the accreditation process. She served as editor for multiple publications, including a volume on sustainability and parking design entitled “Sustainable Parking Design and Management: A Practitioner’s Handbook” and the recent release of “A Guide to Parking,” a new textbook for the industry, and contributed as an author to the chapter addressing sustainability.