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CMAA BALTIMORE – Message from our Advocacy Chair

The Advocacy Committee’s mission is to get the CMAA name out in front of our local leaders to advocate for program and construction management. Each of us can help with this effort. We can to sign up to participate with the CMAA National’s August campaign to promote Advocacy.

CMAA is breaking ground on this new advocacy initiative – our In-District Campaign. This member-driven effort empowers YOU to shape the future of construction without having to travel to Washington, D.C.

The CMAA National Advocacy Team will equip you with all the resources you need – training, talking points, and meeting prep materials. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a real impact. To get started, register now!

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References and Support Videos

Are you looking for more information on being an advocate? Here are some references for being an advocate.

Continuing Education Credit

A credit value is assigned to each CMAA course and seminar in the form of Professional Development Hours (PDH) and/or Learning Units (LU). CMAA guarantees that its course materials meet the requirements for a PDH, which is 60 minutes of instruction, or increments thereof.

CCM Approved Provider

Certification is an ongoing commitment to professional development that begins with passing the exam. The CMCI Board of Governors believes that all CCM’s should be actively involved in, and committed to the CM profession. Recertification of your CCM designation is required every 3 years and requires a $200 re-cert fee.

AIA

CMAA is a registered provider of continuing education through the Registered Continuing Education Program (RCEP). Electronic transcripts and certificates are available through the RCEP. All transcripts are reported based on the email address you provided to CMAA. Click here to self report credits through RCEP.

AIA

CMAA  is registered with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as an approved CES provider of Learning Units (LU). One educational contact hour equals one (1) LU. To receive through CMAA, you must provide your AIA member number on all registration materials and attendance forms. Transcripts are available through AIA

*DISCLAIMER: Not all courses and educational activities offered may be acceptable for continuing education credit in your state. Please check your state licensing board’s requirements before submitting your credits. All courses approved by CMAA count toward CCM recertification points. For more information on recertification points, please visit RecertTrack. To self report credits through RCEP, click here.

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