The American Public Works Association (APWA) recently launched computer-based testing for Certified Public Fleet Professional (CPFP) and Certified Public Infrastructure Inspection (CPII) exams. The first exams offered through the new format were to be administered March 16-27.

More than 170 testing centers across the United States will offer the computer-based exams. The format allows for flexibility to take the exam within a two-week testing block and immediate scoring results.

Since the certification programs were established in 2006, 67 industry professionals have achieved CPFP certification and 60 have achieved CPII certification, according to the APWA.

The 2009 CPFP exams will be administered during the following dates:

  • March 16-27 — Open computer-based testing

  • April 4 — Newport Beach, Calif. (paper/pencil)

  • April 29 — Des Moines, Iowa (paper/pencil)

  • June 8 — Denver (paper/pencil)

  • July 6-17 — Open computer-based testing

  • Sept. 16 — Columbus, Ohio (paper/pencil)

  • Nov. 9-20 — Open computer-based testing

CPII exams will be administered during the following dates:

  • July 6-17 — Open computer-based testing

  • Sept. 16 — Columbus, Ohio (paper/pencil)

  • Nov. 9-20 — Open computer-based testing

To view the computer-based testing locations, visit http://www.goamp.com/displayTCList.aspx?pExamID=21105.