Don’t let your commitment to professional development freeze this winter!

By Emily Butler, content coordinator
It’s cold outside, with record snowfall hitting many parts of the country. Before you hunker down for the winter, consider warming up to the benefits of professional certification through the Certified Professional IACUC Administrator (CPIA) credential.

The CPIA credential constitutes a formal recognition of an IACUC professional’s knowledge of IACUC functions, and is quickly becoming a sought-after qualification for employment.
Add your name to the list of certified professionals by applying to take the exam this April before the application deadline on Monday, March 1, 2010.
The CPIA credential…
Demonstrates the certified IACUC professional’s high
level of dedication to the profession of IACUC administration.
Provides potential career advancement opportunities.
Validates the holder’s knowledge of his or her field.
Strengthens the profession by providing an established body
of relevant knowledge and national standards of practice in
IACUC administration.
The CPIA Handbook provides sample exam questions and a list of links to
useful references.
For more information, please visit PRIM&R’s website, e-mail Emily Butler, content coordinator, or call 617.423.4112, ext. 25.