PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEWS

Congratulations to CMAA’s Newest Certified Club Managers and Certified Chief Executives
CMAA is proud to announce that 30 club management professionals have attained the designation of Certified Club Manager (CCM) and 3 have attained the designation of Certified Chief Executive (CCE). The CCM designation indicates that a club management professional has completed a rigorous course of study and training and shows a dedication to proficiency and expertise in club management. 

New CCE Requirements Go Into Effect January 2018
Beginning in 2018, a mentorship component will be required to achieve your Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation as approved by the former Certification Committee and CMAA Board in 2014. The mentorship component will require managers to either mentor an entry-mid level manager through one specialization of the MID Program on CMAAUniversity or complete a one year documented mentorship. Managers pursuing their CCE will also have to meet the standing qualifications. Learn more on the CCE page.  

Take the Plunge with the 2018 BMI International in New Zealand
BMI International, co-presented by CMAA and Golf Manager’s Association of New Zealand, will offer an immersive cultural experience in club management. BMI International will take place in and around Queenstown, New Zealand, October 4-9, 2018, and will include educational presentations interspersed with unparalleled experiences. Queenstown is New Zealand’s leading alpine resort and a favorite destination for international visitors. Registration is now open, and a guest program is available. Visit cmaa.org/bmiinternational for more information.

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