The 2019 CRP exam will be held 8 May 2019 - 24 May 2019.

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The Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®) Designation

The Certified Relocation Professional® is a highly regarded competency-based designation program recommended for all mobility professionals primarily engaged in corporate/employee mobility within the United States. By adding the CRP® designation to their name, recipients are recognized for demonstrating a comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of U.S. employee relocation across all facets of the industry, and for their dedication to continuing education in this specialized field. For Worldwide ERC®, it’s a program that helps achieve a common and universal understanding of the field of employee relocation, and encourages the professional development of our members; for mobility professionals, it’s an unparalleled opportunity to take your career to the next level by standing out for your expertise.

2019 CRP® Examination

Registration for the 2019 CRP® Examination will open in December 2018! The exam will be available at designated testing centers from Wednesday, 8 May 2019 through Friday, 24 May 2019 (the specific site, date and time will be chosen by each candidate in April after registration/enrollment is complete).

How to Earn the CRP®

Eligible candidates earn the CRP® designation by passing a multiple-choice exam that covers the entire relocation industry, including policy development and administration, home sale programs, U.S. tax and legal
compliance issues, relocation appraising and trends in relocation (we recommend preparing by studying a comprehensive set of source materials). Download the CRP® Exam and Program Guidelines for everything you need to know, from eligibility requirements to application

How to Earn the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®) Designation

How to Retain Your CRP®

All CRP® designees need to earn a minimum of 30 continuing education (CE) credits every 3 years (10 of which must be obtained from Worldwide ERC®-educational opportunities), in addition maintaining Worldwide ERC® membership and remitting a recertification fee. Download the CRP® Recertification Guidelines for information about ways to earn your CE hours.

How to Retain the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®) Designation

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