CCPR

CCPR

Good luck to those sitting for the CCPR exam this month!

A Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) is a valued resource called upon by the design team again and again. Getting your CCPR means:

  • Making sales calls, presentations, construction meetings, and product shows more effective
  • Knowing the key parts of product binders and other marketing collateral
  • Understanding roles and responsibilities of everyone involved in the project, and how and when to communicate with them
  • Understanding all phases of the construction documentation, and your role in each phase
  • Speaking the same language as the design and contractor teams

Candidates who succeed in passing the CCPR exam may use the letters "CCPR" after their name, on their business cards and on their resumes.

Are you a Region/Chapter Certification Chair, or an instructor for a CSI Certificate/Certification exam? Check out the resources available to help you prepare candidates.

Registration Information

CSI offers the CCPR examination twice annually in the Spring and the Fall. Open registration for the test begins in the Winter and Summer respectively.

Spring 2017 (Testing March 27th to June 2nd)
Early Registration - January 9th to January 24th, 2017
Standard Registration – January 25th to February 27th, 2017
Final Registration – February 28th to March 14th, 2017

Fall 2017 (Testing September 25th to December 10th)
Early Registration – June 26th to July 10th, 2017
Standard Registration – July 11th to August 28th, 2017
Final Registration – August 29th to September 6th, 2017


Member Rate
Early/Standard/Final
Non-Member Rate
Early/Standard/Final
CCCA/CCS/CCPR $350/$430/$685 $600/$680/$935


Questions? Contact certification@csinet.org or 800-689-2900.

 

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Exam Description

CSI’s Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) certification demonstrates advanced skills in construction product representation, preparation of construction documentation, use of construction documents, and understanding of the construction process.