CAPPs represent the best of the industry advancing the profession and leading with innovation, professionalism, and expertise. The CAPP designation assures stakeholders (employers, regulators, consumers, and the public) that the credentialed professional has demonstrated an established level of industry-specific knowledge. CAPP stands for Certified Administrator of Public Parking, but since it embodies all industry sectors it is simply known as CAPP.
Discover the requirements to earn your CAPP, including work experience and eligibility . Transitional members who meet criteria are encouraged to apply. Check out these quick ways to Kick-start Your CAPP.
2021 CAPP Events
Free Upcoming CAPP Events
- October 15, 2021: CAPP Recertification Due for 2022 recertificants
- 2021 CAPP Recognition Ceremony December 2, 2021, at 12:00 PM ET
Recertification occurs every three years on January 1. Earn and document 20 recertification points every three years to maintain your credential. Some quick links to get you started:
Online instructor led
Get all of the details in the 2021 Insider’s Guide to Professional Development. These courses are generously supported by our Signature CAPP Program and Courses sponsor, T2 Systems. Register online here:
- September 21: Disaster Recovery
- September 28 and 30: APO Site Reviewer Training
- October 19 and 21, 2021: Wicked Problem Solving
- November 4: Accredited Parking Organization Site Reviewer Renewal Training
- November 8, 10, 15, and 17, 2021: Parksmart Advisor
CAPP Certification Board
The CAPP Certification Board, is elected by CAPPs in good standing and provides leadership for the CAPP Program. The Board is active in all aspects of the program, from strategic guidance to candidate support.
The CAPP Credential
The CAPP credential is a program of IPMI and is administered through the independent CAPP Certification Board of IPMI.