CPPM Certification Review and Testing
This Class Awards 4 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)
The NPMA Certification Programis designed to elevate professional standards and enhance individual performance for those who demonstrate a high level of competence essential to the practice of property management.
After obtaining the CPPS and CPPA, you are ready to take your professional certification to the next level by completing the Situational Judgment Essay Exam for Certified Professional Property Manager (CPPM).
This one day class will provide an intensive review before you sit for the CPPM exam. The exam will be administered on the same day as the review.
Registration includes the CPPM Situational Judgment Exam. There are no study materials for this class.
See a shortened version practice exam
CPPM Eligibility Requirements
- Have an active CPPA
- Have an approve Work Summary(more information here)
- worked in property for at least six (6) years and have a variety of work experience in at least seven (7) functional areas of property management (see below)
- Have four (4) years of managerial experience
Note: Managerial experience means supervision, decision-making, or management of resources (not necessarily personnel). This could include project management; program management; financial management (budget); team leadership; or serving as the sole property manager in an organization, corporation, or agency.
- Contracts and Agreements Closure
- Control: Ownership, Responsibility, and Accountability
- Disposition and Retirement
- Environmental Considerations
- Movement and Transfers
- Physical Inventory
- Property Accounting
Instructor: Cheri Cross, CPPM CF
Cheri Cross is the Property Manager at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) which is operated by UT-Battelle, LLC for the Department of Energy. For the past two years, Cheri has been serving as a delegate from the USA in the development of the ISO Asset Management Systems Standard. She is a Certified Personal Property Manager and an NPMA Consulting Fellow. In her 34 years of service at ORNL, 22 have been devoted to the improvement of Property Management. Her accomplishments include the Jack Griffiths Property Person of the Year Award, Eastern Region Property Person of the Year Award, and multiple literary awards. She is currently serving as the NPMA National Director of Special Interest Groups, and on the NPMA Executive Board as the Immediate Past President. Cheri has a B. S. in Accounting from the University of Tennessee, graduating Summa Cum Laude as the “Top Graduate” from the College of Business.