CSAP Certification Exam Prep Workshop (Face-to-Face)

Monday, November 4, 2024
10:30 AM - 5:00 PM (EST)

Having certified alliance professionals sends a strong signal to our existing and potential partners that we are committed to managing our partnerships effectively.

Are you ready to take your career to the next level through CSAP certification? Attend this prep workshop to advance your knowledge and skills, not just as an alliance management professional, but as an alliance leader. It's time to distinguish yourself as one of the few who can say they have earned the highest-level professional certification available for a partnership professional.

The CSAP review workshop will go beyond knowledge building to include vigorous discussion of key senior leadership attributes such as alliance management judgment. Each segment begins with a brief case scenario designed to spark conversation around key alliance management themes, reviews related concepts, and concludes with a summary of key takeaways.

Based on the principles covered in The ASAP Handbook of Alliance Management: A Practitioner's Guide, this interactive course will address the following areas covered in the CSAP exam:

  • Alliance Strategy and Partner Selection
  • Alliance Formation Processes; Managing Alliances
  • Developing Organizational Alliance Skillsets
  • Fostering Collaborative Organizational Mindsets

Improve your chances of passing by preparing through experiential learning and knowledge sharing with the experts in the profession.


Workshop Bundle Includes:

Full-day in-person workshop, a hard copy of The ASAP Handbook of Alliance Management: A Practitioner's Guide, the CSAP exam, and online proctor. The CSAP exam prep workshop is a requirement for becoming CSAP certified.

Click here to read more on the value of certification and how it translates to better business outcomes.

Click here to learn more about the CA-AM certification.



Ann Trampas, CSAP
Professional Development Practice Lead | Phoenix Consulting Group
Lecturer | University of Illinois–Chicago (UIC)

Ann Trampas, CSAP, is the professional development practice lead for Phoenix Consulting and lecturer at the University of Illinois–Chicago (UIC). As practice lead, Ann works with clients developing and delivering skills mastery classes in collaborative relationship management and consulting in optimizing their strategic alliances. At UIC she teaches Channels of Distribution and Ecommerce, Marketing, Sales Management and Business Strategy, and advises the American Marketing Association Chapter. She is also a faculty member of the American Management Association, where she facilitates a variety of courses. Ann is currently a board member and former president of the Midwest Chapter of the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP) and a member of the Technical Advisory Group for the ISO standard for Collaborative Business. She is a member of the Executives' Club of Chicago and the American Marketing Association.


Both the CA-AM and the CSAP aren’t just about, ‘What is an alliance?’ 
It’s not about definitions and facts. It’s about situations—what you would do in various situations. 
It’s really the practical application of the knowledge that makes it more valuable.” 
Christine Carberry, CSAP


ASAP Members: $1,344

The prerequisite for this course is successfully passing the CA-AM exam.

Note: Workshop registration does not include access to the 2024 ASAP BioPharma Conference.

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