Professional Certification List

Many professional certification programs are affiliated with professional associations, trade organizations, or private vendors interested in raising industry standards. Certificate programs are often created or endorsed by professional associations, but are typically completely independent from membership organizations. Certifications are very common in fields such as aviation, construction, technology, environment, and other industrial sectors, as well as healthcare, business, real estate, and finance.

Some of the more commonly offered professional certification includes:

  • Professional Certificate in Accounting (PCA)
  • Professional Certificate in Taxation (PCIT)
  • Professional Certificate in Transfer Pricing (PCITP)
  • Professional Certificate in Contract Management (PCCM)
  • Professional Certificate in Customer Relationship Management (PCCRM)
  • Professional Certificate in Facility Management (PCFM)
  • Professional Certificate in Financial Planning (PCFP)
  • Professional Certificate in Graphic Design (PCGD)
  • Professional Certificate in Human Resources (PCHR)
  • Professional Certificate in Marketing (PCM)
  • Professional Certificate in Digital Marketing (PCDM)
  • Professional Certificate in Paralegal Studies (PCPS)
  • Professional Certificate in Project Management (PCPM)
  • Professional Certificate in Supply Chain Management (PCSCM)
  • Professional Certificate in Store Management (PCSM)
  • Professional Certificate in Materials Management (PCMM)
  • Professional Certificate in Technical Communication (PCTC)
  • Professional Certificate in Taxation (PCIT)

 

Accounting and external auditing

Accountancy qualifications and regulation

  • CPA(Chartered Professional Accountant), the unified accounting designation in Canada conferred by CPA Canada.
  • CA or Chartered Accountant conferred by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants within the Commonwealth e.g. Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Canada (before merger into CPA). With mutual recognition with each other and with the UK
  • ACA, FCAor CA (Chartered Accountant) conferred by Institutes of Chartered Accountants in various territories, namely the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
  • ACMAor FCMA (Associate or Fellow Chartered Management Accountant) conferred by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK)
  • Associate or Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCAor FCCA) conferred by Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (UK)
  • AFA or FFA (Associate or Fellow Incorporated Financial Accountant) conferred by the Institute of Financial Accountants(UK)
  • AAIA or FAIA(Associate or Fellow International Accountant) conferred by Association of International Accountants
  • MIPA or FIPA (Member or Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountantswho use the designation “Public Accountant”) conferred by the Institute of Public Accountants (Australia)
  • CPA (Certified Public Accountant) conferred by State Accountancy Boards in the US, Hong-Kong, Canada …
  • CMA (Certified Management Accountant) conferred by Institute of Certified Management Accountants(ICMA in Australia), Institute of Management Accountants (IMA in US)
  • CCC (Chartered Cost Controllers) issued and conferred by the American Academy of Financial ManagementUSA Certifying Board (AAFM)
  • CFS (Certified Finance Specialist) conferred by IQN

 

Internal auditing and fraud combat

  • CIA (Certified Internal Auditor): CCSA, Certification in Control Self Assessment; CGAP, Certified Government Auditing Professional; CRMA, Certification in Risk Management Assurance; QIAL, Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership, conferred by the internationally recognized Institute of Internal Auditors(IIA) headquartered in Lake Mary, Florida, with chapters in many countries
  • CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) conferred by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners(ACFE) headquartered in Texas with chapters in many countries
  • CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics) awarded by the American Institute of CPAs
  • CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) awarded by the Information Systems Audit and Control Associationheadquartered in the US with chapters in many countries
  • CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) offered by Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists(ACAMS) and advanced CAMS
  • CGSS (Certified Global Sanctions Specialist) conferred by Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists(ACAMS)
  • CSA (Certified Strategic Auditor) conferred by Association of Certified Strategic Auditors (ACSA) https://www.acsaglobal.com
  • IACCP (Investment Adviser Certified Compliance Professional) conferred by the Investment Adviser Association (IAA) and National Regulatory Services (NRS)
  • CPERM (Certified Professional in Enterprise Risk Management) conferred by the Academy of Professional Certification Company (APC) which endorsed by HKSARG

 

Finance

  • CFS (Certified Finance Specialist) conferred by IQN
  • CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) conferred by CFA Institute(CFA)
  • CIIA (Certified International Investment Analyst) conferred by the Association of Certified International Investment Analysts(ACIIA)
  • IACCP (Investment Adviser Certified Compliance Professional) conferred by the Investment Adviser Association (IAA) and National Regulatory Services (NRS)

 

Investments

  • CFS (Certified Finance Specialist) conferred by IQN
  • CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) conferred by CFA Institute(CFA)
  • CIPM (Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement) conferred by CFA Institute(CFA)
  • CIIA (Certified International Investment Analyst) conferred by the Association of Certified International Investment Analysts(ACIIA)
  • ASA (Accredited Senior Appraiser), AM (Accredited Member), and CEIV (Certified in Entity and Intangible Valuations) conferred by the American Society of Appraisers
  • CBV (Chartered Business Valuator) conferred by the CBV Institute.
  • CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst) conferred by the NACVA.
  • CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst) conferred by the CAIA Association
  • IACCP (Investment Adviser Certified Compliance Professional) conferred by the Investment Adviser Association (IAA) and National Regulatory Services (NRS)
  • FRM (Financial Risk Manager) conferred by Global Association of Risk Professionals(GARP)
  • PRM (Professional Risk Manager) conferred by Professional Risk Managers’ International Association(PRMIA)[9]
  • FMVA (Financial Modeling and Valuation Analyst) conferred by Corporate Finance Institute(CFI).
  • CQF (Certificate in Quantitative Finance), conferred by the CQF Institute

 

Payroll

  • CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) and FPC (Fundamental Payroll Specialist) conferred by the American Payroll Association.

 

Personal finance

  • CFS (Certified Finance Specialist) conferred by IQN
  • CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) conferred by CFA Institute(CFA)
  • CFP (Certified Financial Planner) conferred by Certified Financial Planner Board of Standardsand Financial Planning Standards Board
  • CCP (Certified Credit Professional) issued to credit management professionals in Canada by the Credit Institute of Canada
  • EA (Enrolled Agent) by the Internal Revenue Service(IRS)
  • CFC (Certified Financial Consultant) conferred by the Institute of Financial Consultants

 

Public finance

  • CCMT(Certified California Municipal Treasurer) conferred by California Municipal Treasurers Association (CMTA)
  • CGAP (Certified Government AuditingProfessional) conferred by the Institute of Internal Auditors, based on the US Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book) and additionally on COSO, IIA standards and INTOSAI ISSAI standards recognized worldwide in public finance
  • CDFM (Certified Defense Financial Manager) conferred by American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC)
  • CFO (Certified Financial Officer) conferred by the Carl Vinson Institute of Governmentof the University of Georgia
  • CGFM(Certified Government Financial Manager) conferred by Association of Government Accountants (AGA)
  • CGAT (Certified Governmental Accounting Technician), conferred by Government Finance Officers Association of Alabama
  • CGFO (Certified Government Finance Officer) conferred by Government Finance Officers Association of Texas(GFOAT)
  • CGFO (Certified Government Finance Officer), conferred by Florida Government Finance Officers Association(FGFOA)
  • CGFO (Certified Government Finance Officer) conferred by Louisiana Government Finance Officers Association
  • CMFO (Certified Municipal Finance Officer conferred by Government Finance Officers of New Jersey, Rutgers University, and the State of New Jersey
  • CMFO (Certified Municipal Finance Officer) conferred by Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury and the Municipal Technical Advisory Service
  • CPFO (Certified Public Finance Officer) conferred by Government Finance Officers Association
  • CPFA (Certified Public Finance Administrator) conferred by Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada (APTUSC)
  • GFO (Government Finance Officer) conferred by Government Finance Officers Association of South Carolina (GFOASC)
  • North Carolina Local Governmental Finance Officer conferred by North Carolina Government Finance Officers Association and the North Carolina Association of County Finance Officers

 

Aging services

  • Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)
  • Certified Daily Money Managers
  • Certified Elder Law
  • Certified Living in Place (CLIPP)
  • Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)
  • Certified At-risk Adult Crime Tactics Specialist (CACTS)
  • Cognitive Care Certification (CCC)

 

Architecture

  • AIA (Member, American Institute of Architects) conferred by American Institute of Architects
  • FAIA (Fellow, American Institute of Architects) conferred by American Institute of Architects
  • RA (Registered Architect) conferred by National Council of Architecture Registration Boards
  • NCARB (Certified) issued by National Council of Architecture Registration Boards – this allows for state-state reciprocity.

 

Archival science, information privacy, and records management

 

  • CIP (Certified Information Professional) conferred by AIIM
  • CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager) conferred by International Association of Privacy Professionals
  • CIPP (Certified Information Privacy Professional) conferred by International Association of Privacy Professionals
  • CIPT (Certified Information Privacy Technologist) conferred by International Association of Privacy Professionals
  • CRA (Certified Records Analyst) conferred by Institute of Certified Records Managers
  • CRM (Certified Records Manager) conferred by Institute of Certified Records Managers
  • IGP (Information Governance Professional) conferred by ARMA International

 

Aviation

Aviators are certified through theoretical and in-flight examinations. Requirements for certifications are quite equal in most countries and are regulated by each National Aviation Authority. The existing certificates or pilot licenses are:

  • SPL (Sport Pilot License) conferred by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
  • PPL(Private Pilot License) conferred by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) or JAA (Joint Aviation Authorities)
  • CPL (Commercial Pilot Licence) conferred by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) or JAA (Joint Aviation Authorities)
  • ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) conferred by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) or JAA (Joint Aviation Authorities)

Licensing in these categories require not only examinations but also a minimum number of flight hours. All categories are available for Fixed-Wing Aircraft (airplanes) and Rotatory-Wing Aircraft (helicopters). Within each category, aviators may also obtain certifications in:

  • Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)
  • Multi-engine aircraft
  • TurbojetEngines
  • Jet Engines
  • Experimental aircraft
  • Amphibious aircraft
  • Seaplanes

 

Biomedical

  • BMD (Biomedical Electronics Technician) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • BIET (Biomedical Imaging Electronics Technician) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association

Business

  • CSA (Certified Strategic Auditor) conferred by Association of Certified Strategic Auditors (ACSA)
  • CSM (Certified Strategic Manager) conferred by IQN

Computer technology

Professional Certification is often used in software engineering and information technology.

  • CITP (Chartered IT Professional) conferred by British Computer Society, The Institution of Engineering and Technologyand by other professional engineering institutions in the UK and commonwealth

Contract management

  • CPCM (Certified Professional Contract Manager) conferred by the National Contract Management Association.
  • CPM (Commercial Project Manager) conferred by Commercial Officers Group.

Dance

Conferred by the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO, the International Certification of Dance Studies is awarded to students who have completed 150 hours of classes in a specific form of dance for Level 1. Another 150 hours are required for Level 2 and so on till Level 10. This is the only international certification for dance since the International Dance Council CID is the official body for all forms of dance; it is usually given in addition to local or national certificates, that is why it is colloquially called “the dancer’s passport”. Students cannot apply for this certification directly – they have to ask their school to apply on their behalf. This certification is awarded free of charge, there is no cost other than membership fees.

International Dance Council CID at UNESCO administers the International Certification of Dance Studies.

Data management

CDMP (Certified Data Management Professional) by DAMA International.

Emergency management

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s EMI offers credentials and training opportunities for United States citizens. Students do not have to be employed by FEMA or be federal employees for some of the programs.

  • Advance Professional Series (APS) Credential
  • Continuity Excellence Series, Level I and II
  • Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience
  • Disaster Field Training Operations (DFTO)
  • Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP)
  • Executive Fire Officer Program (EFOP)
  • Integrated Emergency Management Courses (IEMC)
  • Master Exercise Practitioner Program (MEPP)
  • Master Trainer Program (MTP)
  • Professional Development Series (PDS) Credential
  • Virtual Table Top Exercise (VTTX) Series

Engineering

Professional engineering is any act of planning, designing, composing, measuring, evaluating, inspecting, advising, reporting, directing or supervising, or managing any of the foregoing, that requires the application of engineering principles and that concerns the safeguarding of life, health, property, economic interests, the public interest or the environment.

  • Eng. (Professional Engineer), conferred by provincial licensing bodies in Canada.
  • or P.Eng. (Professional Engineer), conferred by Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) in Malaysia.
  • PE (Professional Engineer), conferred by Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) and state licensing bodies in the United States.
  • PE (Power Engineer), conferred by provincial safety authorities in Canada.
  • EUR ING (European Engineer), conferred by the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI).
  • Eng. (Chartered Engineer), conferred by professional engineering institutions in the UK and commonwealth.
  • SMIEEE (Senior member of the IEEE), a professional designation throughout all of the United States.
  • CET (Certified Engineering Technologist) or AScT (Applied Science Technologist), conferred by provincial licensing bodies in Canada.
  • SPE Society of Petroleum Engineers Certificate is a program whereby it certifies the technical knowledge of petroleum engineers. The certification is granted based on an examination in conjunction with experience of the applicant.

Event planning

Event planning includes budgeting, scheduling, site selection, acquiring necessary permits, coordinating transportation and parking, arranging for speakers or entertainers, arranging decor, event security, catering, coordinating with third party vendors, and emergency plans.

Common event planning professional certification include:

  • CMP: Certified Meeting Professional
  • CSEP: Certified Special Events Professional
  • CPCE: Certified Professional in Catering and Events
  • CGMP: Certified Government Meeting Professional
  • CWEP: Certified Wedding & Event Planner

Facility management

Facility management can be defined as an aspect of engineering management science that deals with the planning, designing, coordination of space and maintenance of a built environment to enhance quality service management system. Service Quality System includes activities like security, maintenance, catering, and external as well as internal cleaning. In general, it is also the coordination and harmonization of various specialist disciplines to create the best possible working environment for staff.

Facility management is an interdisciplinary field devoted to the coordination of space, infrastructure, people and organization, often associated with the administration of office blocks, arenas, schools, convention centers, shopping complexes, hospitals, hotels, etc. However, FM facilitates on a wider range of activities than just business services and these are referred to as non-core functions.

  • FMP- Facility Management Professional
  • CFM- Certified Facility Manager
  • SFP- Sustainability Facility Professional[citation needed]

Environment

  • CEnvP– Certified Environmental Practitioner of Australia and New Zealand (CEnvP)

Environmental health

  • CPHI(C)– Certified Public Health Inspector (Canada)

Fiber optics and data cabling

  • RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designer) by BICSI
  • DCI (Data Cabling Installer) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • FOI (Fiber Optics Installer) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • FOT (Fiber Optics Technician) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • FOT-OSP (Fiber Optics Technician-Outside Plant) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • FOD (Fiber Optics Designer) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • TTT (Termination and Testing Technician) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association

Genealogy

  • AG (Accredited Genealogist) conferred by the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen).
  • CG (Certified Genealogist) conferred by the Board for Certification of Genealogists(BCG).
  • CGL (Certified Genealogical Lecturer) conferred by the Board for Certification of Genealogists(BCG).

Health leadership

CHE (Certified Health Executive) conferred by the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL)

Human Resources

  • aPHR (Associate Professional in Human Resources) conferred by the Human Resources Certification Institute
  • PHR (Professional in Human Resources) conferred by the Human Resources Certification Institute
  • SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) conferred by the Human Resources Certification Institute
  • SHRM-CP (Society for Human Resources Management – Certified Professional) conferred by the Society for Human Resources Management
  • SHRM-SCP (Society for Human Resources Management – Senior Certified Professional) conferred by the Society for Human Resources Management

Hospitality and tourism

  • CHA (Certified Hotel Administrator) conferred by American Hotel & Lodging Association
  • CMP (Certified Meeting Professional) conferred by Convention Industry Council
  • CEM (Certified in Exhibition Management) conferred by International Association of Exhibitions and Events[32]

Insurance and risk management

In the United States, insurance professionals are licensed separately by each state. Many individuals seek one or more certifications to distinguish themselves from their peers.

  • American College of Financial Services:
    • Chartered Life Underwriter(CLU)
    • Chartered Financial Consultant(ChFC)
  • American Institute For Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (The Institutes):
    • Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter(CPCU)
    • Associate in Risk Management (ARM)
  • National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research administers the Certified Insurance Counselor(CIC)
  • Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) administers Registered Professional Liability Underwriter(RPLU).[citation needed]

Language education

Legal affairs[edit]

An increasing number of attorneys are choosing to be recognized as having special expertise in certain fields of law. According to the American Bar Association, a lawyer who is a certified specialist has been recognized by an independent professional certifying organization as having an enhanced level of skill and expertise, as well as substantial involvement in an established legal specialty. These organizations require a lawyer to demonstrate special training, experience and knowledge to ensure that the lawyer’s recognition is meaningful and reliable. Lawyer conduct with regard to specialty certification is regulated by the states.

Legal administrators vary in their day-to-day responsibilities and job requirements. The Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) is the credentialing body of the Certified Legal Manager (CLM) certification program.[33] CLMs are recognized as administrators who have passed a comprehensive examination and have met other eligibility requirements.[34]:

Logistics and transport

Logistician is the profession in the logistics and transport sectors, including sea, air, land and rail modes. Professional qualification for logisticians usually carries post-nominal letters.

Certification granting bodies include, but are not limited to, Association for Operations Management (APICS), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), International Society of Logistics (SOLE), Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT), and Allied Council for Commerce and Logistics (ACCL).

Marketing

  • CDMP (Certified Digital Marketing Professional), conferred by Digital Marketing Institute.
  • CME (Certified Marketing Executive), conferred by Sales & Marketing Executives International, Inc..
  • Social Media Marketing Certification, Digital Marketing Master Certification, SEO Certification, conferred by Boot Camp Digital

 

Ministers

Churches have their own process of who may use various religious titles. Protestant churches typically require a Masters of Divinity, accreditation by the denomination and ordination by the local church in order for a minister to become a “Reverend”. Those qualifications may or may not also give government authorization to solemnize marriages.

Medicine

Board certification is the process by which a physician in the United States documents by written, practical or computer based testing, illustrating a mastery of knowledge and skills that define a particular area of medical specialization. The American Board of Medical Specialties, a not-for-profit organization, assists 24 approved medical specialty boards in the development and use of standards in the ongoing evaluation and certification of physicians.

Medical specialty certification in the United States is a voluntary process. While medical licensure sets the minimum competency requirements to diagnose and treat patients, it is not specialty specific. Board certification demonstrates a physician’s exceptional expertise in a particular specialty or sub-specialty of medical practice.

Patients, physicians, health care providers, insurers and quality organizations regard certification as an important measure of a physician’s knowledge, experience and skills to provide quality health care within a given specialty.

Other professional certifications include certifications such as medical licenses, Membership of the Royal College of Physicians, Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, nursing board certification, diplomas in social work. The Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy certifies pharmacists that are knowledgeable about principles of geriatric pharmacotherapy and the provision of pharmaceutical care to the elderly. Additional certifying bodies relating to the medical field include:

  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists
  • American College of Emergency Physicians
  • Royal Australasian College of Physicians
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons
  • Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine
  • Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology
  • American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Medical coding and billing

  • AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association)[36]
  • AAPC[37]
  • Medical Association of Billers[38]

Peer support

NCPRP stands for “National Certified Peer Recovery Professional”, and the NCPRP credential and exam were developed in collaboration with the International Certification Board of Recovery Professionals (ICBRP) and is currently being administered by PARfessionals.

PARfessionals is a professional organization and all of the available courses are professional development and pre-certification courses.

The NCPRP credential and exam focus primarily on the concept of peer recovery through mental health and addiction recovery. It has the main purpose of training student-candidates on how to become peer recovery professionals who can provide guidance, knowledge or assistance for individuals who have had similar experiences.

Each student-candidate must complete several key steps which include initial registration; the pre-certification review course; and all applicable sections of the official application in order to become eligible to complete the final step, which is the NCPRP certification exam.

The NCPRP credential is obtained once a participant successfully passes the NCPRP certification exam by the second attempt and is valid for five years.

Physical asset management

  • CMRP – Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP)
  • MMP – Maintenance Management Professional

 

Pilates

  • PMA(R) CPT

Plumbing

  • ASSE (American Society of Sanitary Engineering)– an ANSI Accredited standards developer and certification body

Project management

Organizations that offer various certifications include:

  • American Academy of Project Management
  • Project Management Institute
  • Stanford Universitythrough the Stanford Advanced Project Management Certificate Program
  • CPMA (Certified Project Management Analyst) conferred by IQN
  • Association for Project Management
  • IPMA (International Project Management Association)
  • Commercial Project Manager through Commercial Officers Group

Public relations

In the US, the Universal Accreditation Board, an organization composed of the Public Relations Society of America, the Agricultural Relations Council, the National School Public Relations Association, the Religious Communicators Council and other public relations professional societies, administers the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR), a voluntary certification program for public relations practitioners.

 

Public Participation

The Certified Public Participation Professional (CP3) and Master Certified Public Participation Professional (MCP3) are awarded by two regions of the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Archived 17 August 2019 at the Wayback Machine: IAP2 Canada and IAP2 USA.[46] As of 2019, only 25 individuals had achieved either of these distinctions. The CP3 designation is awarded upon successfully completing a three-step process that includes a written application documenting the individual’s experience in the profession, a written response to a case study, and an in-person oral assessment.

Renewable energy

  • PVIP (PV Installation Professional) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners[49]
  • PVDS (PV Design Specialist) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • PVIS (PV Installation Specialist) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • PVCMS (PV Commissioning & Maintenance Specialist) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • PVSI (PV System Inspector) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • PVTS (PV Technical Sales) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • SHI (Solar Heating Installer) conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • SHSI (Solar Heating System Inspector conferred by North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners
  • EVT (Electronic Vehicle Technician) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • PVI (Photovoltaic Installer) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association
  • SWI (Small Wind Installer) conferred by Electronics Technicians Association

Sales

Organizations offering certification include:

  • Sales & Marketing Executives International
  • Canadian Professional Sales Association

Security

  • ASIS Internationaladministers the Certified Protection Professional – Board-Certified in Security Management (CPP)
  • ASIS Internationaladministers the Physical Security Professional, Board-Certified (PSP)
  • ASIS Internationaladministers the Professional Certified Investigator, Board-Certified (PCI)
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examinersadministers the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
  • International Foundation of Protection Officersadministers the Certified Protection Officer (CPO)
  • Society of Payment Security Professionals (SPSP) administers the Certified Payment-Card Industry Security Manager
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional(CISSP) from ISC2.org
  • National Sheriffs’ Associationadministers the Certified Homeland Protection Professional (CHPP) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Registered Locksmith (RL) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Certified Registered Locksmith (CRL) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Certified Professional Locksmith (CPL) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Certified Master Locksmith (CML) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Certified Professional Safe Technician (CPS) Certification
  • Associated Locksmiths of Americaadministers the Certified Master Safe Technician (CMST) Certification
  • Security Industry Associationadministers the Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) Certification

References

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