CSC is the construction industry's authority on communication and construction documentation. Through CSC's certifications programs, you can develop an understanding of the entire construction process and skills in construction documentation, development and administration, specification writing, product/material research and how to communicate with design and contracting teams.
CSC offers four industry leading certification/designation programs, the Registered Specification Writer (RSW), Certified Specification Practitioner (CSP), Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) and the Certified Technical Representative (CTR).

To obtain a CSC Designation you will require the following:

CTR Designation:
Successful completion, minimum 70% overall,  of the  Principles of Construction Documentation (PCD) or its predecessor courses.   and
Success completion, minimum 70% overall, of the Technical Representative (TR) Course or its predecessor courses.
Active Membership in CSC;
Successful completion and pass of the Product Presentation *;
Completion in full  and compliance with the terms and conditions of the CTR application form;
Acceptance of the application by the CTR Sub-Committee.

* Product Presentations are arranged by the local CSC chapter, or by contacting Clafton Fiola at
clafton@csc-dcc.ca 

CCCA Designation:
Successful completion, minimum 70% overall, of the  Principles of Construction Documentation (PCD) or its predecessor courses.   and
Success completion, minimum 70% overall, of the Construction Contract Administrator (CCA) Course;
Active Membership in CSC;
Completion in full and compliance with the terms and conditions of the CCCA application form;
Acceptance of the application by the CCCA Sub-Committee.

CSP Designation:
Successful completion, minimum 70% overall, of the Principles of Construction Documentation (PCD) or its predecessor courses.   and
Success completion, minimum 70% overall, of the Specifier  Course;
Active Membership in CSC;
Completion in full and compliance with the terms and conditions of the CSP application form;
Acceptance of the application by the CSP Sub-Committee