The APPA Credentialing Course is a 90 day (13 week) online course designed to help you prepare for either the CEFP or EFP examination with peers across APPA's six (6) regions. APPA also offers the same course over an 8 week or a 4 week timeframe to help fit busy work or personal schedules.

All of the courses offer the same Customized Interactive Learning Platform which consists of a Forum, Interactive Flashcards, Learning Modules with knowledge checks, 4 Live Webinars, Practice Exams and Quizzes, access to the Study Guide and BOK. After completing the course, you will have 30 days to take your exam.

NEW!! When you register for the Credentialing Course, you can now choose which Cohort Group you want to join. Now you can plan ahead and know when you will take your exam! Below are the dates of the scheduled groups you can select when registering for the program. You will only be allowed to select one group and you will not be able to change once your group begins.

PLEASE NOTE: When registering with a regional discount coupon, you are making a commitment (to your region) that you will take the exam at the conclusion of the prep course.

The CIL Cohort Groups below will last for 90 days (13 weeks); 3 weeks per chapter/domain and include 4 live webinars, all of the CIL learning tools and 30 days to test.

COHORTBeginEndFromUntilCurrent Status
Group KMay 22, 2017August 19, 2017August 20, 2017September 18, 2017In Progress
Group LJune 16, 2017September 16, 2017September 17, 2017October 16, 2017Closed
Group L & MJuly 17, 2017October 14, 2017October 15, 2017November 17, 2017In Progress
Group NAugust 21, 2017November 18, 2017November 19, 2017December 18, 2017In Progress
Group OOctober 23, 2017January 20, 2018January 21, 2018February 19, 2018Open for Registration
Group PDecember 04, 2017March 03, 2018March 04, 2018April 02, 2018Will Open Soon

The APPA Groups below will last for 8 weeks; 2 week per chapter/domain and include 4 live webinars, all of the CIL learning tools and 30 days to test.

COHORTBeginEndFromUntilCurrent Status
APPA Group 1May 23, 2017July 18, 2017July 19, 2017August 18, 2017In Progress
APPA Group 2August 10, 2017October 04, 2017October 05, 2017November 03, 2017In Progress
APPA Group 3September 18, 2017November 12, 2017November 13, 2017December 13, 2017Open for Registration

The Fast Track Groups below will last for 4 weeks; 1 week per chapter/domain and include 4 live webinars, all of the CIL learning tools and 30 days to test.

COHORTBeginEndFromUntilCurrent Status
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The Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP) credential represents the highest standards of performance and understanding in educational facilities management.

CEFP is the only facilities credential that focuses on your professional development, while encompassing the full, multi-disciplinary range of educational facilities management principles and practices – from planning, design and construction to daily operations and general management.

The APPA CEFP Credentialing Curriculum will give you access to the latest theory and understanding as well as provide you with the professional competency needed in today’s facilities management profession. The new and improved course is now available to you completely online!

Recent CEFP and EFP Recipients

  • CEFP Recipients

    Robert Benton - Louisiana State University
    Douglas Bynum - Texas State University
    Greg Silkman - University of Missouri - Kansas City
    Jennifer Johnson - University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
    Nicole Sanderson - University of Washington Bothell Campus
    Nicole Sanderson - University of Washington Bothell Campus
    Jason Sawyer - Smithsonian Institution
    Angie Solberg - Iowa State University
    Robert Elliott (Wausau) - Northcentral Technical College
    Kevin Bevenour - Pennsylvania State University
    Jeff Marcinkowski - Grand Valley State University
    Amy Jones - South Dakota State University
    Amy Jones - South Dakota State University
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  • EFP Recipients

    Chad Bristow - University of Missouri - Kansas City
    William Dillard - Building Solutions
    Derek Mahoney - University of British Columbia-Okanagan
    Brian McKay - Texas State University
    Qi Moss - Tulsa Community College
    Mark Holland - University of Calgary
    Anjetta Williams - Tennessee State University
    Christopher Cox - University of Colorado Boulder
    Melissa Bergeron - University of Massachusetts
    Janel Fitzgerald - Pennsylvania State University
    Dan Middleton - Tennessee State University
    Dahiell Miller - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Boi-Lan Conrad - Pennsylvania State University
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