What It Means to Hire a Certified Professional Organizer

You might have noticed that when hiring an organizer, you get to choose between an organizer who is certified, and one who is not.

The big question on your mind is probably, “What does the certified organizer give me that someone who is not certified can’t?”

The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers, along with the certification itself, was established so that clients will know the following things:

A Certified Professional Organizer has a high standard of ethics.

Certified professional organizers agree to adhere to the code of ethics. In addition, because they’ve had a minimum of 1500 hours of paid organizing experience in the previous three years, there is evidence that they have held to this code of ethics.

A Certified Professional Organizer has project management skills.

Certified professional organizers study and are tested on project management skills.

This means that when a CPO walks into your home or storage area, they will assess and develop a plan to work with you efficiently. This will save you time and money.

And when it is necessary to hire a team, they have the project management skills to organize the right players in the right positions to maximize value for you.

A CPO knows how to work with with clients of all types and styles.

Certified Professional Organizers are trained in various personality types, learning styles and various issues and factors that contribute to organization, or lack thereof. So they are able to work with owners, house managers, and home personnel to maintain organization.

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