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We are pleased to announce that 120 members have earned the right to use the coveted Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®) designation and mark of excellence. Approximately 79% of the 152 candidates who took the rigorous exam earlier this year earned a passing score of 500 or higher, on a scale from 200 to 800 points. The exam was offered between 8-24 May via an internet-based testing (IBT) format, and candidates participated at test centers in 36 U.S. states, Canada, and Argentina. You can view the 2019 CRP® recipients by last name or by company name.
The CRP® exam content is developed under the guidance and expertise of a Worldwide ERC® CRP® Certification Review Board, and is designed to test candidates’ command of corporate mobility policies and programs, real estate, tax considerations, transferee counseling and other services.
“In this highly competitive talent landscape, businesses and employees place tremendous value on the acquisition of new skills and opportunities for ongoing learning. For the talent mobility industry, the CRP® designation presents a great way for individuals to engage in both of those, as it requires the mastery of a unique skillset to earn, and an investment in continuing education to maintain.” — 2018-2019 CRP® Certification Review Board Chair Michael Farner CRP, GMS-T
The CRP® program was introduced in 1990 to formally recognize individuals who demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of U.S. employee relocation. More than 11,000 individuals have earned the credential since its inception.
To retain the designation, CRP®s must maintain membership in the association and earn 30 recertification credit hours within each three-year period following their initial certification, ensuring they remain current on evolving industry trends.
Please help us congratulate our 120 newest CRP® recipients.
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