Path to Chartered Procurement & Contract Management Professional Accreditation
The CPCP designation is recognized globally, the requirements to achieving your CPCP are consistent, but the specific processes, timing etc, reflect the needs of each association’s member community.
The CPSC education, examination and experience requirements are designed to provide candidates opportunities to develop and demonstrate the required CPCP competencies.
The requirements to become a Chartered Professional in Procurement & Contracts are:
- Membership: Meet the requirements for membership in your CPCP member association.
- Knowledge: Demonstrate theoretical knowledge of the CPCP functional competencies.
- Education: Demonstrate knowledge of the enabling competencies and the ability to apply functional knowledge, usually through the completion of a minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
- Professional Level Work Experience: Demonstrate professional level work experience practicing Procurement & Contracts, where the depth of work performed required independence of action, responsibility for outcomes, and influence with decision makers.
- Professional Conduct: Commit to adhere to the Code of Ethics & Rules of Professional Conduct.
The CPCP Designation is overseen by your provincial member association. For specific requirements to achieve the CPCP in your province.
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