The CPP designation is a professional credential for people who provide Level 1 and Level 2 prevention services. CPP applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field. If you believe your degree should be accepted as a related field but it is not specifically identified in the FCB list of related degrees, please review the MCAP-CAP-CPP Related Degree Equivalency Review Policy.
All CPP applicants will automatically earn the IC&RC Prevention Specialist (PS) credential. Click here for additional information on the IC&RC Prevention Specialist credential.
Individual’s holding the CPP are recognized/hold the practice rights of qualified professional in a PREVENTION setting per Chapter 397, F.S.
Certification Application Process:
Step 1: If you do not already have one, you MUST create an online account in the FCB certification system. Click here to create your free, online account.
Step 2: Apply for certification from your FCB online account.
General FCB policies and procedures that apply to all applicants are available here.
Please scroll to the bottom of this page for the CPP-specific standards and all mandatory forms.