Consultant. Educator. Interpreter.
Effective meeting management. Bylaws and Rules.
Conventions. Board Meetings.
Learn through Participation with CAP
The Colorado Association of Parliamentarians (CAP) supports educational programs to promote effective meetings. Our Colorado study units are composed of student members, Registered (RP), and Professional Registered Parliamentarians (PRP). The units generally meet monthly to study parliamentary procedure with a high level of individual participation. Members learn by doing and progress at their own rate. Our study units are a resource to study for and become a member of CAP, a Registered or Professional Registered Parliamentarian.
The Colorado Association of Parliamentarians offers Professional Registered Parliamentarians (PRPs), Registered Parliamentarians (RPs) and student members, who can serve organizations with a wide variety of Parliamentary Law services. Services include: providing individuals and groups with study workshops and one on one training, assisting with bylaws revisions, organizing meetings and seminars, parliamentarian services for meetings or conventions and offering parliamentary advice to presiding officers, governing boards and committees.
The 2019 Summer Institute, including CAP annual and District 7 meetings.
Save the Date: Friday, June 21 and Saturday June 22, 2019
Registration is open! Learn more and register today.
Welcome New CAP & NAP Members
Beta Gavelier Members
Mar’Quasa Hopson (No Unit Listed)
Colorado Springs Members
Find a Parliamentarian
Connect with one of our trusted Parliamentarians. They are located around Colorado and look forward to working with you.
The Colorado Association of Parliamentarians (CAP) is a non-profit, educational organization composed of parliamentarians and students interested and trained in parliamentary procedure. CAP is a division of the National Association of Parliamentarians® (NAP).
The current edition of Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised (RONR) is the parliamentary authority for both NAP and CAP.
Local study units are composed of students, members, registered, and professional registered members. The units generally meet monthly to study parliamentary procedure with a high level of individual participation. Members learn by doing and progress at their own rate of speed.