NPP Sponsorship and Donation Authorized Agent Training Program:
6 Step Process to become a certified Authorized Agent
The Non-Public Property (NPP) AA Training certifies members of the Canadian Armed Forces, employees of the Department of National Defence (DND) and staff of the Non-Public Funds to accept/solicit sponsorships and donations in support of NPP Programs/Events.
You are not authorized to accept/solicit sponsorship and donations for NPP Programs/Events without obtaining the AA certification. A certificate is presented to those who successfully complete the NPP Sponsorship and Donation AA Training. The training is available on the Defence Learning Network (DLN) and comprises (1) a self-paced training course and (2) a self-administered exam. An AA certificate is provided to the candidate that receives a minimum score of 80% on the exam.
Validity. The AA certification is valid for three (3) years. If your AA certificate has expired beyond three years, you are not authorized to accept/solicit sponsorships and donations on behalf of NPP Programs/Events.
Procedures. The completion of the following five-step process is required to certify an AA. Complete all of the steps of the process. Read below for additional details for each step.
Once the form is filled out and submitted, the candidate will receive an email verifying the submission. The request form is submitted to the Principle Authorized Agent (PAA) for approval.
|The request form is submitted to PAA for approval|
||Principle Authorized Agent
||PAA PAA approves/declines the request. Local PAAs are responsible for reviewing the request form and forwarding an approval email to the NPP Sponsorship and Donation Program Manager.
* PAAs that have been appointed by their Base/Wing Commander must obtain the AA Training certificate. PAAs are not required to complete step 2. Email is sent to NPP SDP Manager
||Sponsorship and Donation Program Manager
||NPP SDP Manager NPP SDP registers the candidate on the DLN.
||Registration is forwarded to candidate.|
||AA Candidate Candidate receives an email registering them for the course.Candidate completes the training on the DLN. For technical issues regarding the DLN, please contact the DLN Helpdesk at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A certificate is provided upon completion of the course.
|AA receives an AA certificate|
||AA Candidate Complete and submit the AA Training Evaluation Form: https://www.cfmws.com/en/SupportOurTroops/Sponsorship/Pages/Training-evaluation.aspx.
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Access to the DLN for all NPF employees will be available late Fall 2014. At that time, CFMWS Human Resources Division (HR Div) will create DLN accounts for all NPF staff. For NPF employees who require DLN access prior to this rollout, special arrangements will be made between CFMWS HR Div and the DLN team. Affected employees are to request early DLN access through their Division Learning and Development Committee representative, listed at Annex A.