The CPS/CAP examination is developed and administered by the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). The Institute offers two separate certification programs: the CPS rating and the CAP rating. To attain the CPS rating, a candidate must meet certain educational and work experience requirements and pass a three-part, one-day examination. To attain the CAP rating, a candidate must meet certain educational and work experience requirements and pass a four-part, one and one-half day examination. NEW CAP candidates do not receive the CPS rating upon passing parts 1-3 of the CAP exam. Current CPS holders are required to take only Part 4 of the CAP exam. New CAP candidates must pass all four parts of the exam before being awarded any credit.
To learn more about the CPS/CAP exams, and to obtain an official transcript, please contact:
International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP)
PO Box 20404
Kansas City, MO 64195
Upon successful completion of all four parts of the exam, and with the authorization of a faculty advisor, successful candidates may be awarded credit for the following courses, provided that appropriate CPS/CAP documentation is submitted.
Certified Administrative Professional - For Previous CPS Holder, Part 4 only: Credits allowed: 3
NEW Certified Administrative Professional - All 4 parts: Credits allowed: 22
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