Canadian Certified Administrative Professional

Canadian Certified Administrative Professional

Program Code

Program description

The Canadian Certified Administrative Professional (CCAP) (formerly Qualified Administrative Assistant  QAA) is a certification for office professionals at all levels. Association of Administrative Professionals (AAP) members are encouraged to attain the CCAP designation. The CCAP designation is achieved by meeting the required two years' work experience and proven mastery of core competencies compiled by employers across the country as being crucial to the role of an advanced-level office professional. The educational component of the CCAP designation is met by completing seven courses available at accredited universities and colleges across Canada.

The core competency courses available through Georgian College are listed below.

For questions about the courses at Georgian, contact Georgian College.

Please direct questions about the CCAP designation to the Association of Administrative Professionals.

Program requirements

4 mandatory courses

3 elective courses

Courses must be completed successfully within seven years to qualify for the CCAP designation and certificate. Please contact us for up-to-date Georgian College course listings that fulfil the CCAP certificate requirements.

Please see our course listings of available General Education and Communications courses for this program.

Georgian will cover the cost of the application fee, all other Georgian fees are still applicable.