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PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council

REGISTERING FOR THE PROVIDER EXAM

The next PACCC’s Certified Professional Animal Care Provider (CPACP) exam will be offered between February 11 – 25, 2017. The deadline to register is January 26, 2017 Friday, February 3, 2017. The CPACP is the person in charge of the daily handling of the animals cared for by a professional pet care business. Here are the ONE-TWO-THREE things you need to know to take the next exam:

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The deadline to register for the next CPACP exam is January 26, 2017 Friday, February 3, 2017. The exams will be offered between February 11 – 25, 2017.

TWO

Request your FREE CPACP Handbook for Candidates.

THREE

For registration requirements and to apply to take the exam, click the REGISTER button. For help on how to find your nearest exam location, check out the short instructional video, below. If you are taking the exam in the USA, the most accurate results are found searching by ZIP CODE.

EXAM LOCATION INFORMATION

For help finding your exam location when registering, check out this short instructional video, below.  Please note, if you are taking the exam in the USA, the most accurate location results are found if you search by ZIP CODE.

ABOUT THE PACCC EXAM WEBINAR

For more information on taking the PACCC exam, check out the online webinar, below.

ADDITIONAL EXAM TIPS

PACCC examinations are designed to cover the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be most effective in professional animal care. Below are ideas to help you prepare:

  1. Read the entire content outline as the exam will include items for every area and may include questions on the subcategories.
  2. Study from one or all of the recommended references or other resources (found at paccert.org/docs.)
  3. Take the practice sample examination on the PACCC website (available in before the first CPACP exam in 2017).
  4. Prior to driving to the examination location, study a map and/or directions so you aren’t rushing to get to the location. Get plenty of rest the night before.