Worldwide ERC®, a professional membership association comprised of individuals concerned with domestic and international employee mobility, recently announced that Todd Messerle, Jana Dornbusch and Jeff La Rocca of Daryl Flood Relocation and Logistics have earned the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP®) designation after successfully completing the CRP® exam held on May 9, 2012.
The May 9 exam was administered to 264 candidates, and Todd Messerle, Jana Dornbusch and Jeff La Rocca were three of the 212 Worldwide ERC® members who were awarded the designation. 2011-2012 Worldwide ERC® CRP® Certification Review Board Chairman Rob Giese, SCRP, GMS, Lexicon Relocation directed the process to develop the 2012 exam, and was pleased with this year’s participation. “Professional development is critical in every economic landscape. During the recession, the value of designations was even more significant to incumbent employees and job seekers. Now that the U.S. economy is on steadier footing, professionals with a deeper understanding of our industry’s issues are in high demand, and often employers seeking mobility professionals look for the CRP® designation as an indicator of industry experience and knowledge. We are pleased to welcome 212 new CRP®s this month, and applaud the designees and their employers for successfully reaching this goal. It is my honor to have worked with my committee as we developed and rolled out this year’s exam, and I add my sincere congratulations to all of our designees.”
The CRP® program was introduced in 1990 to formally recognize Worldwide ERC® members’ knowledge of the U.S. domestic relocation industry. To earn the CRP® designation candidates need knowledge of residential real estate and appraising, corporate relocation policies and issues, relocation tax and legal issues, family relocation issues, and mobility strategies. Over 3,500 Worldwide ERC® members currently hold the CRP® designation.