Certified Passenger Professional (CPP)
Passenger transport hosts almost a quarter of a million employees in the passenger transport industries. These industries span: public transport, bus and coach operations, airlines, railways, ferries, taxis, cruise liners etc. State Government public transport departments and their contractors manage multi million dollar passenger contracts. The engineering support industries to passenger transport are very significant.
The Certified Passenger Professional (CPP) programme provides a benchmark of excellence for measuring capability and proficiency within the profession of passenger transport. The CPP programme represents the hallmark of passenger transport professionalism.
CPP will become a career partner for those attaining certification, as continuing professional development is crucial to maintaining CPL status. For the first time, individuals working in passenger transport will be recognised, just as other professions provide recognition, eg. their counterparts in the accounting, finance, software, medical, legal and engineering professions.
The CPP programme is designed and administrated solely by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia (CILTA).
How to Become a CPP
Initial assessment must be done via the CPP points calculator which confirms your eligibility. Those that meet the requirements are then invited to submit their full application for CPP by supplying supporting evidence for each criterion.
CPP CODE OF CONDUCT
CPP SECRETARIAT CONTACT
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