CPO stands for certified professional organizer.
The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO) developed this certification as a voluntary, industry-led effort that benefits the members of the organizing profession, as well as the public. It recognizes professionals who have met specific minimum standards, and have proven through examination and client interaction that they possess the body of knowledge and experience required for certification. A person is not required to be certified to work as a professional organizer.
Minimum requirement to sit for the certification exam are:
Up to 250 substitute hours of the required 1,500 can be earned via college degrees, continuing education courses or professional development activities in the organizing field. Substitute hours may also be earned via organizing related writing and speaking engagements, or relevant paid work experience prior to becoming an organizer. All hours must be accrued in the three years prior to the application date.
For more information, please visit their website at www.certifiedprofessionalorganizers.org/
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