CIPP stands for “cured in place pipe,” and is a repair solution for damaged or leaking pipes. The CIPP is a process that can create a new pipe “within” the old pipe, better known as “drain relining.”
300 points. Upon completion of the CIPP exam, you will immediately get an unofficial score report from your test invigilator. Here, you will find your score ranging up to a 500-point scale. When your score is at 300 or more, then you’ve passed the exam.
Read and understand the body of knowledge and also study the textbook prior to your training exam. Doing so will give you an idea of how the training will be conducted, the areas that you need to emphasize and also the questions that you may be asked during the training.
According to IAPP, you need to study for at least 30 hours for every exam. If you have some knowledge of privacy, then, 30 hours is enough. However, if you have no knowledge of privacy, then, you will need to dedicate 40-60 hours for you to be on the safer end. Upon finishing going through your study materials, you also need to finish all the sample questions within two to three weeks before the date scheduled for your exam.
Yes, CIPP certification doesn’t last forever since it’s always issued for 2 years and then you will be required to re-take the exam. Also, CIPP is simply the first certification of three. Many people who have excelled and got this certification always want to get further by getting the other two certifications.