The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced that more than 3,000 loss prevention professionals have officially earned either their LPQualified (LPQ) or LPCertified (LPC) certification.
The LPQ and LPC courses are a collaboration of knowledge from hundreds of LP professionals who continue to assist with the course content staying up-to-date and relevant to the industry. Launched in 2007 (LPQ) and 2008 (LPC), both courses have recently been updated; the LPC was updated and relaunched in July 2021 and the LPQ was updated and relaunched in April 2022.
“The LPC and LPQ courses are the backbone of the LPF, with our mission being to advance the retail LP/AP profession by providing relevant, convenient, and challenging educational resources through our LPQ and LPC courses,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “I am ecstatic to announce that over 3,000 professionals have gone through our courses and passed the proctored exams to become LPQ or LPC certified!”
Terry went on to explain that none of this would be possible without the industry support, the teams that worked tirelessly to update the courses over the past three years, or the amazing LPF Partners and retailers who provide numerous scholarship opportunities to those wanting to take the courses.