BUILDING CLUB MANAGEMENT CAREERS
We provide a strategic education pathway to further your career goals. With access to some of the industry’s most respected thought leaders, we encourage members to build their professional network and share their journey.
WHY JOIN CMAE ENGLAND?
Be part of a growing network of professionals and businesses and further your career development!
As a member you enjoy discounted rates for all educational seminars, preferential booking
for our social and networking events and a special rate for our Management Development Programmes.
Discover how you can enhance your career opportunities by completing an MDP
“Lit my fire and left me with a burning desire to go ahead and continue to develop as a manager and enable me to drive my club forward.”
“What a week, the amount of information was just phenomenal! I’m sure it will last for years and years to come and help me in my career.”
“I learned more in one week than in 5 years of college”
“Fully recommend it, amazing, loads of information to think about and you can digest, think about it and put it into action”
“To meet so many likeminded people who have the same desires and issues, with whom we can discuss and find the best way forward – superb!”
“Thank you, I have developed an informal peer support network that I am sure will be valuable to me in the coming years.”
CMAE England’s latest seminar on Spoken Communication took place last week in London. The seminar helps delegates with their spoken communication skills as well as how to prepare and deliver presentations. Led by Neil Chalmers, who has over 30 years of experience in...
CMAE is pleased to announce that Alex Woodward has achieved the globally recognised Certified Club Manager (CCM) having recently passed the exam. Alex is currently the General Manager of Hankley Common Golf Club in Surrey, having joined the club at the start of 2018....
Research Indicates Majority Of Golf And Private Clubs In The UK And Ireland Require Dramatic Or Significant Change In The Next 5 Years If They Are To Thrive
According to a survey of 1,800 golf, leisure and private club leaders across the UK and Ireland, 65% of clubs must embrace dramatic or significant changes over the next five years if they are to thrive in the future. The research carried out by global consulting firm...