Rudolphi earns recertification of Director Gold credential
Recently President of the Board of Trustees of Clay Electric Co-operative Richard Rudolphi completed a series of continuing education classes recertifying him with Director Gold credential status. The Director Gold Credent program certification demonstrates ongoing commitment to advancing knowledge and performing fiduciary duty to the best of a director’s ability.
The director education and certification program is managed by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). NRECA’s director certificate programs are specifically designed to help electric cooperative directors at every stage of service to understand their roles and responsibilities, stay up-to-date on the key issues and trends in the industry, and prepare them to meet the challenges facing electric cooperatives now and in the future.
NRECA offers director education courses throughout the year in conjunction with a wide variety of NRECA educational conferences and events across the country, in partnership with statewide associations and onsite at individual cooperatives.
To maintain Director Gold status, directors must earn three credits from the NRECA approved list of continuing education programs within a two-year period, then periodic recertification is required.