Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

CMC-Canada’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program was established to provide a reporting process that ensures CMCs are maintaining their professional capabilities in line with the Association's Uniform Code of Professional Conduct.

Register your CPD Points

As a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) you are required to declare, on an annual basis, your compliance with the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program and provide the total CPD points achieved for the year (minimum 35 points)

Please use the online form below to submit your CPD Points. Alternatively, scroll past the online form, download the appropriate Declaration Form for the region in which you live, and submit via email (membership@cmc-canada.ca) or fax (416-860-1515 | 800-662-2972).

As a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) you are required to declare, on an annual basis, your commitment to the profession as outlined below.  

I do solemnly declare that:  

  • I am a Canadian citizen, or lawfully admitted into Canada for permanent residence.  
  • I have not had my name removed for cause from any register of any professional institute, society, association, college, university or similar body in Canada or elsewhere except as hereunder disclosed, and I am not currently under investigation for professional misconduct and/or professional incompetence.  
  • I recognize the Code of Professional Conduct sets out the professional standards to which all members of the Institute must adhere.

By clicking 'Submit From', I certify that I have read, understand and agree to comply with the bylaws of the Institute, including the Code of Professional Conduct, and I further certify that the information provided on this form is correct.

Alternatively, complete the appropriate Declaration Form for the region in which you live:

Submit via email (membership@cmc-canada.ca) or fax (416-860-1515 | 800-662-2972).

2CPD Guidelines

The goal of the program is to provide a process that recognizes the existing continuing professional development that members may be undertaking to meet their functional specialization (e.g. Accounting, Engineering, Systems etc.) while ensuring that their personal development includes professional consulting activities and contribution to the profession itself.

Guidelines are available to ensure that CMCs are maintaining their professional capabilities and capacity through CPD. CMCs are asked to begin tracking their activities in the year following their receiving the CMC designation, and certify their compliance and total PD points each year on the "standard declaration" (see above) submitted annually as part of their membership renewal. Please note, you must be an active member of CMC-Canada to maintain your CMC designation.

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