SAPPC

The Security Asset Protection Professional Certification (SAPPC) provides a recognized and reliable indication of a security practitioner’s ability to apply foundational concepts, principles, and practices needed to successfully perform functions, implement programs, and pursue missions to protect DoD assets. Candidates must be conferred the Security Fundamentals Professional Certification (SFPC). The SAPPC was accredited by NCCA in January 2014.

The SAPPC assesses practical application of the following areas of expertise:

  • Information Security
  • Personnel Security
  • Physical Security
  • Industrial Security
  • General Security

SAPPC Competency Preparatory Tools (CPTs)
If you're taking the SAPPC 'prior' to October 2, 2017 then use this version of the CPTs.

Example Questions

The Example Questions presents examples of the type of questions found on the SAPPC assessment and identifies the number of questions on each topic. Additionally, the layout is designed to simulate the look, feel, and function of the assessment.

Areas of Expertise

The SAPPC Areas of Expertise identify by topic area the courses, information, and materials available to assist you in increasing your proficiency in each of the five security areas.


SAPPC Competency Preparatory Tools (CPTs)
If you're taking the SAPPC 'after' October 2, 2017 then use this version of the CPTs.

Knowledge Checkup

The Knowledge Checkup consists of a series of short-answer questions in each SAPPC area of expertise. It also includes an associated answer key describing the complete answer to each question.

Example Questions

The Example Questions presents examples of the type of questions found on the SAPPC assessment and identifies the number of questions on each topic. Additionally, the layout is designed to simulate the look, feel, and function of the assessment.

Areas of Expertise

The SAPPC Areas of Expertise identify by topic area the courses, information, and materials available to assist you in increasing your proficiency in each of the five security areas.