Certification Program-CPP and CPIT
About IoPP Certification
Since 1972, IoPP has awarded qualified applicants the designation “Certified Packaging Professional (CPP).” To date, 1,500+ packaging professionals have attained CPP status.
And with good reason. The most recent IoPP salary survey revealed that CPPs earn between 7% and 10% more than their non-certified co-workers!
Candidates achieve the Certified Packaging Professional (CPP) designation by demonstrating significant industry expertise and experience, measured through a flexible applicant testing process.
Attaining the CPP designation is an excellent investment in your professional development. Yet among the benefits of having qualified is the public recognition that comes with the achievement.
The Institute recognizes successful candidates in its IoPP Update newsletter and on the IoPP website. The industry recognizes the CPP designation as a commitment to excellence in the packaging profession.
Those earning the CPP designation are permitted and encouraged to use the suffix “CPP” after their name on business cards and letterhead, to wear the IoPP/CPP lapel pin, and to display the CPP Certificate, which is suitable for framing.
At the candidate’s request, IoPP will directly inform company management of the candidate’s successful effort.
Changes August 2013
The new Certification program changes effect all new applicants. If you are already a CPP, you will only be effected by the testing options to your recertification. Your schedule remains on the five year cycle.
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