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CPPA Certification Review & Testing/Intermediate Property Management Studies DC
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8/15/2019 to 8/17/2019
When: August 15 - 17, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Marriott Marquis Washington DC
901 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20001
United States
Presenter: Bill Love, CPPM
Contact: Lisa Williams

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This Class Awards 20 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)


The minimum number of registrations has been met. NPMA will hold this class.


Registration fees


Members $1,285

CPPA Module 3 $100 (optional)
CPPA Module 4 $100 (optional)

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


Non-Members $1,525
CPPA Module 3 $200 (optional)
CPPA Module 4 $200 (optional)


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


Course Materials: Intermediate Studies Manual and Study Guide (included with registration fees)


Once you have paid for your registration, your confirmation including a link to the study materials will open in your browser. Please print your study guide and bring with you to the class if you wish.

Hard copy manuals are shipped to the course site.



This course takes the property professional from the beginning life-cycle stages of property operations into the broader value-added world of organizational partnering and strategic property management concepts. Attendees will experience an in-depth examination of property management topics ranging from voluntary consensus standards, requirements determinations, contracting and assistance, risk, consumables, and fleet management to value-added solutions and environmental considerations. If you have at least one year of property management experience, this course provides the tools to succeed as a professional property manager.


Topic Overview:

  • Capital planning process.
  • Voluntary consensus standards and the current ASTM International published standards.
  • Cost benefit analysis as a tool in risk-based property management.
  • Efficient consumables management and fiscally responsible stewardship of organizational funds.
  • Fundamentals of fleet management in relationship to other property management duties.

Core Benefits:

  • Learn how the role of the property employee has evolved from counting stock and data entry, to a value-added profession providing efficient, cost effective, risk awareness, strategic services to the organization;
  • Gain a practical understanding of strategies for enhancing participation in the acquisition and assistance arenas of your organization.
  • Cultivate a high level understanding of environmental risks, regulations and liabilities.

NPMA certification courses cover all property management categories from pre-acquisition to disposition and serve to review the information provided to students before the course begins. Once you have paid for your registration, you will receive the course materials.


It is strongly recommended that you study the manual(s) prior to attending the course.


CPPA Eligibility Requirements

  • Have an active CPPS

·Have worked in property for at least three (3) years and have a variety of work experience in at least seven (7) functional areas of property management (see below)

Functional Areas

  • Acquisition
  • Audits
  • Consumption
  • Contracts and Agreements Closure
  • Control: Ownership, Responsibility, and Accountability
  • Disposition and Retirement
  • Environmental Considerations
  • Identification
  • Maintenance
  • Movement and Transfers
  • Physical Inventory
  • Property Accounting
  • Receiving
  • Records
  • Reporting
  • Requirements Planning
  • Risk Management

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Instructor Bill Love, CPPM

William M. Love, CPPM, is an Asset/Property Analyst, Author, Instructor and Green Belt in the Enterprise Asset Management corporate office at Harris Corporation in Melbourne, Florida. He’s been published multiple times in The Property Professional Magazine and has given presentations on capital asset management at national education seminars, and regional and local chapter levels. His latest book is titled “Capital Asset Management: A Basic Guide To Help You Maximize Your Physical Infrastructure.”


He held positions with Lockheed Martin and GE, and a number of other commercial companies where he served as operations and computer systems consultant, senior technical writer, operations manager, financial controller, government proposal production management, and sales and marketing manager for two electronics R&D companies where he traveled the country extensively to promote and train a high-tech access control technology to law enforcement and private industry, including the world’s largest package delivery company, where he wrote and directed a product application film for its regional office in Louisiana.


He’s been a featured speaker at regional conferences on computerized accounting operations and workflow processes and was a regular talk show guest and host on central Florida radio stations on the subjects of education policy, economics and political strategies. 


He has written, edited and published an extensive list of books, newspaper and magazine columns, white papers, screenplays, product packaging and catalogs, corporate and government proposals, and journal articles, for local and national newspapers, magazines and private industry. He has won local and national awards for technical writing and fictional short story works, co-authored a two-hour screenplay with a five-time Emmy award winner, and won Top Salesman awards in two companies. As owner and president of his own accounting and income tax services firm, he also provided computer conversion and workflow analysis consulting.


He is a graduate of Western Illinois University and is a member of the National Property Management Association and a former member of other organizations, including the International Society of Public Accountants, the American Society of Public Accountants and the American Society for Industrial Security.


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