The Critical Power Professional™ (CPP) designation and credentialing program is designed to provide a structured, organized, and disciplined growth path for those individuals pursuing a career as a Field Service Engineer working in the critical power industry. Powered by Nationwide Power™, the leading independent provider in critical power and uninterruptible power supply, the CPP program will create a standard of excellence and stronger level of consistency across the critical infrastructure industry.
As an extensive, formalized training program for Critical Power Professionals, CPP covers everything from the roles and responsibilities of a battery technician to subject matter expert level training. There are varying levels of certification, all of which require classroom training, on-the job-training, continuing education and hands on work experience. Reaching the highest level of certification requires over 250 hours of classroom and on-the-job training hours along with direct industry experience requirements.
Nationwide Power has invested significantly over the years in both its training program and its employees. The CPP credentialing program formalizes much of what Nationwide Power already does, while also challenging the critical power industry to raise their standards in terms of consistency, security, and quality.