If you work in the field of personal property looking to increase your status and build your skills, you may be interested in reaching out to Varsity Tutors so we can place you into a CPPA course. When you're seeking CPPA (Certified Property Professional Administrator) distinction, that means you've already got a CPPS (Certified Property Professional Specialist) from the National Property Management Association (NPMA), so you know how in depth a CPPA prep course could get. When you let Varsity Tutors set up your CPPA class, you can take advantage of the direct attention and support of an expert tutor who can help you focus on the areas of the exam where you feel you need the most help. To learn more about how CPPA prep classes can help you, keep on reading or reach out to our Educational Directors now.
The CPPA consists of two 90-minute long, 50 question exam modules, but a personalized CPPA prep class gives you the chance to get ready in a way that works best for you. Tutors can customize a study plan according to your learning tendencies, strengths, and areas of opportunity. since you have a CPPS already, you may feel comfortable with concepts like material management, risk management, and regulatory compliance, but you might need to build your skills in managing others. Your CPPA course can focus on the administrative aspects of the industry that you hope to take on once you earn certification. If you don't know exactly where you should be spending your time as you prepare for the exam, your tutor can perform an assessment of your abilities to identify how sessions should progress through the material.
The following table shows the content areas on the exam that you could study for in your CPPA classes:
|Control: Ownership, responsibility, accountability||25%|
|Life Cycle Management||5%|
Besides helping you prepare for the content on the exam, CPPA courses can help you develop better study and test-taking skills. Time management is a factor in this exam, and learning test-taking strategies can help you better exhibit what you know about the industry to eliminate wrong answers and increase your chances of getting tough questions right. The skills that you build in your CPPA class can help you understand and retain knowledge more effectively while increasing your confidence heading into the test.
There's a lot of information to know for the CPPA, and you'll want to draw on your experience in the industry to get the most out of the exam. Drilling on topics to keep things you may not have to do on a daily basis can keep them at the front of your mind when you sit for the exam. Here's a sampling of the topics you might study in your CPPA class:
CPPA Topics (Non-comprehensive)
- Business Requirements
- Plan Implementation
- Computer Systems
- Physical Inventory
- Storage and Warehousing
- Contracts and Agreements
- Excess/Surplus and Screening
- Disposal and Retirement
- Regulatory compliance
- Internal Compliance Programs
If you're ready to get started in your CPPA prep course, reach out to the Educational Directors at Varsity Tutors today. They'll set you up with someone who can meet you for convenient online study sessions at the time that works best for you. Let's get started reaching for your goals with CPPA prep courses.
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