CPC certification is perceived as the equivalent of an architect or engineer professional designation. Recent government and state contracting entities confirmed their intention to move toward a professional certification process for their construction and contract managers. The intent is to require key members of the selected construction company’s project staff to be CPC certified.
As a leader in the country, ABA was originally selected as one of three test sites for the CPC exam. ABA members studied, tested and gained individual professional certification right here at our chapter and got ahead of the “certification curve.” Our program was SO successful that it is now the model for the country. Prep class attendance factored significantly into ABA members achieving the following outstanding results:
ABA Pass Rate 11% better than the national pass rate
ABA Passing Score10 points higher than the national mean
Who: Both general contractor and specialty contractors
What are the qualifying requirements for the Certified Professional Constructor Exam?
Enhanced professional image to employer, clients, and the public
Marketable credentials set you apart
Nationally recognized industry certification
Independent assessment of employee skills and knowledge
Improves marketability to clients
Required Continuing Professional Development ensures on-going employee improvement
David T. Jones
Action COACH Business Coaching
With over 30 years experience in the construction industry, Dave Jones has experience as a Project Manager, Preconstruction Manager, Estimator, Business Analyst, and Civil Designer. He has taught the CPC Preparation Courses for many years for ABA Members and is prepared to help you succeed on the exam.
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