Become a Member CCAP Designation


  • You’ve heard us talking about it…

    We hope that you are as excited as we are about the fresh new look. We recognize that along with change comes questions you might have regarding what has been happening to get to this point, what’s going on now, and what comes next.

    The story of our visual identity refresh started with the name change. Member demand and public perception called for an update to the name with something less limiting than “administrative assistants”. The Qualified Administrative Assistant certificate and designation needed a revitalized name as well. It was hindering our ability to reach potential new enrollees, and the use of the word “qualified” was fairly subjective. So, in 2016, the name of our organization was changed to the Association of Administrative Professionals, and the designation evolved to become the Canadian Certified Administrative Professional. These new names reflect our desire to welcome members from all levels of the administration profession, from student up to skilled professional, and it reflects our purpose to assist members in expanding their education by providing growth opportunities.

  • 2019 Professional Development Conference and 67th Annual General Meeting

    The 2019 Professional Development Conference and the 67th Annual General Meeting will be held in Ontario (hosted by the Barrie/Simcoe and Toronto Branches) from May 29, 2019 to June 1, 2019. More details to follow in early 2019.

Event Calendar

  • Sep 26 2018

    Barrie/Simcoe County Branch Event

    Professional Resilience
    Georgian College

  • Oct 01 2018

    Edmonton Branch Dinner Meeting

    The Key to New Leadership, presented by Tetyana Khramova, PhD, MBA.

  • Oct 17 2018

    Moncton Branch Event


    Speaker: Renée Frenette, Certified Kinesiologist, Occupational Concepts Ltd.

    Ergonomics is adapting the workstation, environment or process to the physical and mental abilities of the worker. Learn tips to incorporate into your daily work space such as an understanding of basic anatomy, proper chair adjustments, proper workstation set-up, proper sitting posture and the importance of stretch breaks.

    Register through the Moncton Branch Eventbrite Site before October 12, 2018.