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CPPS Certification Review & Testing/Fundamentals of Personal Property Management
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The CPPS Certification Review & Testing Class is structured to help you pass the CPPS exams so that you can take your career to the next level.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/13/2018 to 6/15/2018
When: Wednesday, June 13 - Friday, June 15, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Seattle, Washington 
United States
Presenter: Frank Borrelli, CPPM
Contact: Lisa Williams

Online registration is available until: 6/1/2018
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This Class Awards 20 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)  


Registration fees


Members $1,285

CPPS Module 1 $100 (optional)
CPPS Module 2 $100 (optional)

Join NPMA TODAY! Pay the $115 member fee and receive the discounted member rate for this course 


Non-Members $1,525
CPPS Module 1 $200 (optional)
CPPS Module 2 $200 (optional)


Testing is optional. Those planning to take the exams during the class should purchase both as part of this registration.

Course Materials:The Fundamentals of Personal Property Management manual and Study Guide (included with registration fees)

Every organization, regardless of its size or type has critical business functions that are integral parts of meeting its objectives and accomplishing the mission. Property management is, first and foremost, a general management assignment no different than the management of any other resource such as money, personnel, or facilities. Personal property managers are directly accountable to a higher authority for the acquisition, use, redistribution, and disposition of personal property. As stewards of our company or agency’s personal property, we have a fiduciary responsibility to manage property in a prudent and compliant way. The Fundamentals of Personal Property Management course is designed to teach the basics of property management, cradle-to-grave, including how to effectively manage personal property.

Topic Overview:

  • Acquisitions
  • Receiving
  • Identification
  • Storage and Warehousing
  • Movement
  • Maintenance
  • Physical Inventory
  • Utilization
  • Consumption
  • Property Disposition

Core Benefits:

  1. Learn about the responsibilities of personal property management professionals.
  2. Gain an understanding of personal property management and its importance.
  3. Acquire the essential tools necessary to manage personal property.

The NPMA Certification Program is 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.

Once you have paid for your registration, you will receive the course confirmation and study materials as a new window in your browser. Please print your study guide and bring with you to the class.

Hard copy manuals are shipped to the course site.

Those wishing to take the certification exams should study the materials prior to arriving at the class. The course is designed to review the materials before taking the exam. Testing is, however, optional.
CPPS Eligibility Requirements
You are new to property or work as a specialist in a specific area (e.g., shipping, receiving, or inventory).


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Frank Borrelli, CPPM


Frank has been employed at California State University Stanislaus for 30 years. Aftervarious promotions through the years, he currently is Director of SupportServices which encompasses Property Control, Shipping and Receiving, Surplus Property, Records Management, Mail Services and the Print Shop. He has over 35 years’ experience in logistics, material handling and asset management. During his career, he worked for E&J Gallo Winery, attended Modesto Jr. College and CSU Stanislaus studying Business Production and Operations Management. He joined the National Property Management Association in 1992 and received his CPPM Certification in 2007. Frank received the University “Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2009 and received the “Presidents Commendation Medal of Honor” in 2012 for excellence in the workplace. He also served as volunteer Union President at the University for 17 years focused on solving workplace problems.

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