The SPIPC provides a recognized and reliable indication of a security practitioner's understanding and ability to apply risk management and security program management concepts, principles, and practices. You must be a certificant of the SFPC to participate. The SPIPC was accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) in February 2015 and received re-accreditation in November 2018, demonstrating its continued compliance with NCCA standards.
SPIPC Competency Preparatory Tools (CPTs)
All CPTs are now published in STEPP. An alternate resource that can be used to build your foundation and help prepare you for your SPēD certification assessment is the Defense Security Essential Body of Knowledge (D-SEBOK), which is currently available in STEPP via the search bar.
SPIPC Areas of Expertise
The SPIPC assesses foundational knowledge in the following areas of expertise:
- Risk Assessment
- Risk Management
- Program and Mission Assurance
- Planning, Programming, Budgeting, & Execution
Accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies