Certification Committee -
Chair - David P. Scaer, CCM, CCE
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News from the Certification Chairperson
NECMA is proud to recognize its members who have successfully achieved the Club Managers Association of America's (CMAA) designations of Certified Club Manager (CCM), Certified Club Executive (CCE), Master Club Manager (MCM), and Honor Society Members. Click for a complete list*
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP
NECMA David Meador Fund offers scholarships to NECMA Members actively pursuing CCM designation in need financial assistance. More information...
Certification Calendar (NECMA/CMAA Events Calendar including BMI sessions)
NECMA CCM Certification Study Guides Library
The Chapter makes available study guides at no cost to those NECMA managers wishing to prepare for their CCM exam. Request your copy today!
If you have purchased a set of the Certification Study Guide or selected volumes of the set in the past and would be willing to donate some or all to the Chapter for other members’ use please contact me as well. We would welcome your generosity. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCM Certification Program
In many professions, a successful career is marked by an appropriate degree of professional development, verified by a credible certification program and recognized by both the public and one's peers. The Certified Club Manager (CCM) designation has been the hallmark of professionalism in club management since 1965 and is the cornerstone of CMAA's member recognition program. It is a valuable and widely respected mark of a manager's commitment to professional development and the club industry. More about CCM Certification Programs provide by CMAA
CERTIFIED CHIEF EXECUTIVE DESIGNATION
The Certified Chief Executive designation was developed to recognize those managers who have shown the ability to successfully serve as the most senior manager in a club. The CCM designation is still the “hallmark of professionalism” within the club industry. The CCE designation is meant to augment the CCM designation, not replace it. More about Certified Chief Executive Designation provide by CMAA
Petition for Allied Association Credits information
NATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS provided by ClubNet®
CMAA Professional Development (CMI/BMI)
CMAA World Conference on Club Management Overview
CMAA Education Schedule
EDUCATION CREDITS ONLINE provided by ClubNet®
CMAA Members: Review your CMAA Education Credit History Online
(CMAA Members only, ClubNet® username and password required)
CMAA Members: Click to Register on ClubNet®
Certification Maintenance Requirement
Beginning with the CCM designations earned during the 2000 World Conference on Club Management, all new CCM designations are awarded for a period of five years. Except for those in Retired membership status, CCMs are required to earn at least 120 Certification credits during the five-year period following their CCM date to maintain their CCM designations. At least half of the 120 credits must be CMAA Education (CMI and Chapter Education) credits. CCMs meeting these requirements will have maintained the designation for another five-year period. Credits earned since the September 1998 CMAA Leadership/Legislative Conference will be counted toward the initial CMR for members who attained their CCM prior to February 20, 2000.
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Last Updated Monday, December 03, 2012 at 8:23:50 PM by L.R.