In order to be eligible to petition for the CCM designation, you must first be a Professional Member of the association. CMAC is pleased that all of its current CCM graduates have agreed to support those pursuing their designation.
The certification designations may be used provided individuals meet the maintenance requirements and maintain membership in CMAC.
There are three parts to earning the CCM designation:
The following are the requirements for eligibility to take the CCM exam:
300 credits (broken down as follows):
* Given the limited opportunities for Branch education in most of CMAC’s Branches, CMAA has agreed that any shortfall in Branch Education credits may be made up with an excess of National Education credits.
Six years of membership in the CMAC:
An application may be made to the Certification Committee to substitute three years of relevant professional experience for one year of CMAC membership in order to meet this requirement. A maximum of nine years of experience for three years of CMAC membership is allowed. Send your completed application to email@example.com.
Additional information on what qualifies as relevant professional experience, including eligible job titles, can be found here.