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APRA’s Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA) Credential 

The Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA) credential is awarded to members who:

      1. Have at least 5 years full-time experience doing reserve studies.
      2. Provide a list of 50 site inspection reserve studies performed.
      3. Provide a sample reserve study that adheres to APRA Standards of Practice, and
      4. Have professional and/or educational experience relating to reserve study practice.
      5. Earn 8 hours of continuing education annually.

    APRA’s Professional Reserve Analyst (PRA) credential is earned through a rigorous process which includes demonstrated experience and adherence to APRA Standards.


    • A list of 50 Reserve Studies based on visual onsite observation that you have completed or were prepared under your supervision
    • Appropriate field experience or college education
    • Three client references

    PRA Designation Process:

    1.) Apply and pay application and membership fee below.  Please note, PRA members MUST be an employee of an APRA member company to apply for PRA. Companies can apply for membership here.  In event your PRA request is denied, you will be refunded the membership cost minus the application fee.

    2.) Complete PRA designation application found here.

    3.) Applications will go to the Board of Directors for approval.

    4.) If approved, you will be sent a welcome package that includes a welcome letter, certificate, Continuing Education information and a certified PRA seal.

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