What's on the CAP-The Certified Authorization Professional, or CAP, certification is an objective measure of the knowledge, skills, and abilities that are required for personnel involved in the process of authorizing and maintaining information systems. The CAP exam consists of 7 domains each divided into key areas of knowledge.
IAAP: Recertification is required every five years to keep their professional certification status. Points are earned in the categories of continuing Education, Other Certifications, and Leadership. A total of 60 points are required every five years.
CAPS/Aging-in-Place: CAPS Training Experience For The Non-Profit Organization. Clay McQuerry, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together Clay County in Liberty, Missouri, completed the three-day CAPS certification program with Aging-in-Place/Universal Design sales trainer and instructor Steve Hoffacker (http://stevehoffacker.com) and talks about his positive experiences about the classes and the instructor.
CAPS/Aging In Place: An OT's Response To The CAPS Training - Occupational Therapist (OT) Jennifer Pelikan from the St. Louis, Missouri area discusses her experiences in taking the three-day CAPS certification program with Aging-in-Place/Universal Design sales trainer and instructor Steve Hoffacker (http://stevehoffacker.com). She highly recommends the program to others.