“CAPP” off Your Parking & Mobility Career in 2023


By Kathleen Federici, MEd

Is last month’s IPMI Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo still on your mind? Do you find yourself thinking about how you can keep that momentum going? Did you watch as the newly minted CAPPs walked across the stage and think, “I’d love to be up there someday?” Well now is the perfect time to set your sights on the year ahead and pursue your CAPP goals.

New CAPPs recognized at the 2022 IPMI Parking & Mobility Conference & Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

CAPPs represent the best of the industry, and as one you would be joining a unique and exclusive community of experts. If you plan to be a part of the parking and mobility industry long term, CAPP is an important next step on your career path. This designation and commitment will provide you with priceless education, tools, and connections to continue your professional journey in the future.

Take the important first step toward becoming a CAPP by getting on the CAPP Track. The CAPP Track helps guide you along the way, keeping you informed of all the resources, milestones, and action items you’ll need to take your CAPP exam.

It may seem early, but the deadline to be recognized next year will be here before you know it. Candidates interested in being recognized at next year’s conference in Fort Worth, TX must pass the CAPP exam no later than March 1, 2023. Be sure to download the CAPP Candidate Handbook here, and join us for the next CAPP Chat where you can get all of your questions answered.

Kathleen Federici, MEd, is IPMI’s director of professional development.