Role-Playing Game Professional Specialty Areas & Specific Specialties
With 45+ years of experience, we provide services and training-in-depth across a broad number of specialty areas and specific specialties.
Primary Specialty Areas:
Role-Playing Game Professional (RPGP) Specialty Areas are the high-level categories that contain many specific specialties requiring additional expertise for mastery.
For example under the RPGP Specific Populations Specialty Area, are specialties such as the:
Young children (ages 2 to 9) population specialist
Autism Spectrum (ASD/PDD) population specialist
Deaf and Hard of Hearing population specialist, etc.
As of 2023, there are currently 12 RPGP Primary Specialty Areas listed in the RPGP Specifications documentation.:
Community settings use of role-playing games (RPGs) for volunteers & professionals
Recreational optimized use of RPGs for laypersons & professionals
Entertainment performative use of role-playing games for professionals
Educational application of RPGs for academic & personal development professionals
Professional development application of RPGs for executives & other professionals
Healthcare application of RPGs for professionals from diverse disciplines & settings
Research across many disciplines, including a wide range of roles involved in studies on RPGs (such as the Player Archetype Specialists and Archivists).
Game formats including: tabletop (TRPG), live-action (LRPG), electronic (ERPG), and hybrids (HRPG)
Analog game development (non-electronic with many specialties)
Electronic game development (with many specialties)
Accessible adaptations of RPGs to reduce barriers to entry & ongoing participation
Specific populations including many specialties based on developmental age, ability, special needs, etc.)
Specialty Area: Recreational use of Role-Playing Games
Non-professional Recreational RPG Laypersons We provide training and other services to help non-professionals interested in improving their recreational (typical) use of role-playing games for an optimal gaming experience for themselves and their friends/players.
Professional Recreational RPG Professionals We provided direct recreational professional role-playing game services as well as training for those aspiring to become, or further improve, their professional role-playing game services.
Volunteers We provide training and other services to help volunteers interested in bringing, or improving, the use of role-playing games into community settings or services. Also see our cousin-company, the non-profit 501(c)3 RPG Research, for volunteer training, and community services.
Professionals We provided direct professional role-playing game services as well as training for communiity settings and services.
Entertainment: Performance-based Application of Role-Playing Games to Entertain Audience
Educational Application of Role-Playing Games for Academic and Personal Development Professionals
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Professional Development Application of Role-Playing Games for Professionals
Professional Development Application of Role-Playing Games Helpful for executives, sales teams, and other professionals.