Certified Practising Planner

Certified Practicing Planner (CPP) is the designation given to professionals in the planning profession, who have received certification of their competence as planning practitioners. CPP is an indication that an individual has met set standards in qualification and experience, and is committed to high standards of ethical professional practice in planning. The CPP scheme is a nationally-consistent benchmark across the disciplines of urban and regional planning, social planning, urban design, transport planning, economic development, environmental planning and planning law. 

To become a Certified Practising Planner, a planning professional must:

Professionals who use the designation CPP must meet annual requirements to ensure their certification remains current. CPP is a mark of competency, reliability and professionalism in planning.

Information about CPP can be accessed on the National PIA website.