Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA)

Beginning January 1, 1989, the National Association of Lease and Title Analysts implemented the Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA) Program for qualified lease and title analysts. This program evolved from a two-year study conducted by NALTA's Certification Committee and represents the ideas and recommendations of many individuals. Participation is voluntary and available to NALTA members and non-members alike. Candidates who meet the established criteria and who successfully complete a comprehensive examination will be granted the title Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst (CPLTA).

The primary goal of the Certification Program is to enhance the professional status of lease and title analysts. An additional goal is to provide a reliable standard of excellence and achievement that is readily accepted within the energy industry, by the public and among professional peer groups. Thus, a Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst will be recognized as one who exemplifies the highest standards of experience, competence and integrity in the practice of his/her profession.

For CPLTA application and certification information, please contact our CPLTA local liaison (link "CPLTA local liaison" to board.html). Application procedures, requirements for certification, certification testing, notification, and re-certification information can be found at NALTA's website, www.nalta.org.

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