Once members have achieved the Certified Club Manager designation, they may work towards additional designations recognizing their ongoing commitment to the profession and continuous lifelong learning:
At this point in CSCM's Certification history, the first two levels have been implemented and awarded (see below for information on requirements). However, since there are no current MCM's within the Society, those wishing to pursue this designation must do so through the Club Managers Association of America.
Membership in the CSCM Honour Society is open to those club managers who meet the following criteria:
Members are not required to petition for Honour Society status. Once National Office staff have verified that the member has met all the requirements above, he/she will be recognized as an Honour Society member.
The CCE 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 remains as the "hallmark of professionalism" within the club industry. The CCE is intended to augment the CCM, not replace it.
In order to qualify for the CCE, members must:
Candidates may choose one of the following two options to meet this requirement (which came into effect January 2018):
Mentorship of an entry-mid level manager through one specialization of the MID Program on CMAA University. Detailed requirements for mentors choosing the MID option are outlined in the document entitled CMAA MID Development Overview – Guide for Mentors, Mentees and Reviewers available for download on the CMAA web site.
Mentors are required to complete at least six conversations, one of which may be used as an introductory call to establish at least three goals of the relationship. Mentors are also expected to invite their mentee to their club for a day of shadowing, meeting with each department and how they operate and tour. If the mentee is internal, you are required to send your mentee to another club for the same one day experience. Finally, the mentee must submit a Mentee Statement, detailing how the mentorship relationship impacted them and what they learned.
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The MCM designation is a certification and recognition program for a special group of professionals who have made extraordinary and long-lasting contributions to the club industry. It is awarded to those individuals who have met the following criteria:
Additional information about the process is available on the CMAA web site.