How Do You Earn Your FPP Certificate?
To earn your FPP Certificate you will need to:
- Register for FPP training offered exclusively by EPCOR
- Complete all three training modules and score at least 70% on each module’s final quiz
- Review the course material and prepare to score at least a 70% on the final, cumulative quiz
EPCOR’s Faster Payments Professional Certificate program is available on-demand so that you can complete the training on your own time and at your own pace. Each module is registered for individually and can be taken as a stand-alone module if you want to concentrate only on certain areas of the program. Information on Module One and Module Two are available below. Module Three is coming soon.
Module 1 Module 2
You can also find information about the FPP Certificate on Nacha’s website.
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Is the FPP Certificate an Accreditation?
The FPP Certificate works differently than other payments industry accreditations such as the AAP, APRP or NCP accreditations.
The FPP Certificate is a document that certifies you have completed the FPP training program. Professional accreditation, on the other hand, is recognition by a professional body or association that an individual has met certain standards of knowledge, skills or ethical behavior. It is much more intricate and typically requires ongoing continuing education. No previous experience is required to start the FPP Certificate program and there is no continuing education required.
The first AFPP exam is targeted to be administered between February 17-March 8, 2025. The registration pool will be limited to 250 candidates. Exam registration will open in October 2024 and pricing information will be announced in the September 2024.