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Certified Professional Organizers (CPOs) have proven industry proficiency by demonstrating they possess the body of knowledge and experience essential to professional organizing and productivity consulting.

The CPO® credential identifies professional organizers who’ve documented a specific number of paid hours that include transferring organizing skills to the client, and passed the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO®) examination. The credential provides the organizing and productivity industry a way to elevate its professional standards.

What is a Certified Professional Organizer (CPO)®?
CPOs embody a professional ideal that includes a proven level of knowledge, an ethical approach, and requisite experience. Professional organizers who have successfully completed the steps of becoming a CPO® have shown they are committed and serious about their work. By maintaining CPO® status, they are demonstrating a strong commitment to ethics and education.

All CPOs have agreed to adhere to the BCPO® Code of Ethics for Certified Professional Organizers®. This enhances individual performance because CPOs are held accountable to the Code in more than one way. 

To even sit for the exam, candidates must complete 1,500 hours of paid client work during three years prior to applying for the certification exam. These work hours may include, but are not limited to: on-site organizing, coaching, consulting, training, virtual organizing, interactive workshops, and speaking engagements, which, through client collaboration, transfers, teaches, or demonstrates organizing skills. Recertification is required every three years to maintain the credential, as well as annual continuing education credits.

By taking courses and keeping up with the newest theories, strategies, resources and technologies, CPOs commit to increasing their value to their clients and to the greater community, and help expand the depth and breadth of the profession’s body of knowledge.

Certification value allows prospective clients the opportunity to evaluate the level of education and experience a professional organizer has achieved, as the BCPO and ICD only bestow certifications on those who have attained a level of professional experience and education commensurate with that certification.
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