How to Become a CAPA
The CAPA Program is specifically designed to set high quality competency standards and provide the learning opportunities which will enable administrators/managers working in Indigenous communities and organizations to gain knowledge and skills to significantly enhance their work place performance. There are three difference options available to obtain CAPA Certification.
Option 1 - CAPA Online Program
(Standard Application Route)
The CAPA Online Program requires the completion of 16 online courses:
- CAPA 1-8 for a CAPA Certificate; and
- CAPA 9-16 for a CAPA Diploma
Please refer to the CAPA Online Course Program for a complete description of the program.
Option 2 - CAPA In-Person Program
The CAPA In-Person Program requires applicants to attend six intensive weekend sessions which will be held at various venues across Canada in Indigenous communities.
Please refer to the CAPA In-Person Program
for a complete description of this program.
Option 3 - CAPA PLAR
(Prior Learning and Assessment Recognition)
The CAPA PLAR requires applicants to submit a Portfolio that will successfully demonstrate through the assessment process that all CAPA competencies have been met or exceeded.
Please refer to the CAPA PLAR Program
for a complete description of this program