The Value of Certification

Congratulations on making the decision to invest in your employees. Providing the opportunity to earn the Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) and/or the Certified Park and Recreation Executive (CPRE) designation shows that you value your employees and your agency’s overall success.

It's also clear that you value a great deal. As a Premiere Member, your agency is eligible to receive the best group-rate pricing for both of these industry-recognized certification programs.

CPRP Certification CPRE Certification

 


Standard Rate: $260/person

3-4 Candidates - $230*/person 10-14 Candidates - $200*/person 20+ Candidates - $170*/person
5-9 Candidates - $215*/person 15-19 Candidate - $185*/person  

 

Add $85 per person if they are taking the CPRE examination

10% Discount on study materials (CPRP Study Guide, CPRP Practice Exam, Management of Park and Recreation Agencies Text)**

*Please add $40 for each non-NRPA member

**Shipping and handling not included – invoice for fees will be created after distribution


To take advantage of this opportunity, please follow these easy steps:

  1. Determine the main point of contact for your agency
  2. Determine who in your agency will benefit from this opportunity:
  • Review the candidate qualifications on the qualification/candidate interest form. Please note there is one for CPRP and one for CPRE.
  • If you are unsure of your employee’s qualifications send the qualification/candidate interest form to your identified candidates and have them returned to you.
  1. Complete the Agency Application and submit via email to certification@nrpa.org or fax (703.858.0794).

That is all there is to it. Once your application is received, NRPA will immediately send you email verification as well as a welcome email to all identified candidates indicating their next steps.

 

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