Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC – Canada)
Certified Management Consultant (CMC)
- CMC-Canada has close to 3,000 members of which more than 2,500 have earned the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation.
- CMC-Canada fosters excellence and integrity in the management consulting profession as a whole. CMC-Canada administers, and its provincial Institutes, confer the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation in Canada. The Association and its members advocate for the CMC designation and are dedicated to advancing the profession and delivering the benefits of those efforts to the client community. CMC-Canada is a founding member of the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI).
- The Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation is the profession's only international certification mark, recognized in close to 50 countries. It represents a commitment to the highest standards of consulting and adherence to the ethical canons of the profession. CMC-Canada administers, and its provincial Institutes confer, the CMC designation in Canada. For more information about the student value proposition please visit the CMC Canada website. Association Updates/Insights
- CMC-Canada has launched a new Young Professional Membership option for professionals 40 and under, please contact CMC-Canada for more information.
The CMC-Canada LinkedIn group features discussions, news and professional development opportunities in the field.
|Association’s Requirements for Designation|
|There are three streams to earn the CMC:
For those with less than eight years of management consulting experience
For those with eight years of management consulting experience or more.
For candidates who hold an executive position in a consultancy at the time of application.To be eligible for any of the streams named above, candidates must meet all the following requirements:
|Association’s Requirements for Certifications||Recognized University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies Courses|
|Certified members are required to attain 35 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points per year. Eligible activities are grouped into categories and each category has a maximum for reporting purposes. For example, category C1, Participation in Seminars, Workshops, Courses, Conferences, Presentations, has a maximum of 25 points per year.||University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies Courses in Business and Professional Studies may be submitted for consideration towards the accumulation of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.|
Updated: January 2016
The Association may offer designations in addition to the one(s) identified. The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies is committed to providing current and accurate information about the requirements of the Association leading to the designation(s) identified. Given that everyone has a unique combination of education and professional experience, contact the Association directly to confirm your pathway to the designation.