CIMSPA relaunch Chartered Management process – and welcome newest chartered member




We’re pleased to announce that CIMSPA has launched Chartered Member and Fellow in Management. Lee Caunce has been the first to successfully complete this new process, launched in February this year at the CIMSPA Conference 2020.

CIMSPA chartered status is the hallmark of a qualified, exemplar professional and the highest achievement in our sector. This badge of excellence is awarded to those who have demonstrated a real commitment and contribution to the sport and physical activity sector throughout their professional careers. Chartered status is a reflection of your ability to exceed expectations within your professional sphere, demonstrating that you have the leadership skill to drive and create positive change.

Tara Dillon, CEO of CIMSPA, said:

“Chartered Management membership is excellent recognition of the responsibilities Lee has for his workforce and practice. Moving forward, CIMSPA is committed to supporting, developing and enabling all professionals and chartered status is a part of that endeavour.”

CIMSPA wants to see more members become chartered as we move into a new chapter, recognising the professional excellence of our sector’s workforce. We congratulate Lee on achieving chartered membership in management and look forward to seeing his career grow.”

Lee Caunce, commenting on his successful chartered application, said:

“I chose to undertake the chartered process in order to be associated with an organisation such as CIMSPA who are forward thinking in the development and support it offers the industry.

“By successfully completing the process to become a Chartered Member of CIMSPA, the first person under the new scheme within the country, it is not only a proud moment within my career, but it will allow me to showcase my skill set within the industry and assist shape the way the industry moves forward.”

Applications for Chartered Member and Chartered Fellow categories in Management are now open.

CIMSPA chartered status recognises sector professionals, highlights significant contributions to the sector and helps individuals achieve career aspirations.

Chartered status is awarded to those who have shown real excellence, innovation and quality within their field. It’s the hallmark of a qualified and exemplar professional, allowing everybody within your professional sphere to recognise and acknowledge your achievements.

The new chartered categories provide a host of new benefits which unlock great offers across the sport and physical activity sector.

Are you someone who exemplifies these attributes and do you want to be recognised for the part you play in helping to positively develop the sector? If you are, then click the link to apply for chartered status today.

 

The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity


CIMSPA’s work enhances the career opportunities and professional development of the workforce operating in sport, fitness, exercise, leisure, gyms, coaching, outdoor exercise, health and wellbeing. We achieve this through sector-wide engagement, membership, networking, events, directories and professional standards.
 

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