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Why Become Certified?

Why Become Certified?              

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 

 

In fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.

 

Getting your CTP or CTA:

  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability.Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf

Why Become Certified?

Completing the CTP certification provides a corporate renewal professional with an objective credential demonstrating their proven success in the industry and the opportunity to enhance future earning power.

Completing the CTA certification demonstrates a young professional’s dedication to the industry and thirst for knowledge and validation of their experience as they work their way toward a CTP. 
 
In  fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) makes  certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.
 
Getting your CTP or CTA:
  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

To become a CTP, professionals must meet stringent standards of education, experience, and professional conduct that have been developed and are administered by the TMA Standards Subcommittee. The path to becoming certified is often rigorous and challenging, but earning the CTP designation is significant - a demonstration of the highest level of professional achievement and commitment - and a source of pride and personal accomplishment.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submission of experience requirements and completed portfolio to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - successfully complete three exams covering Law, Management, and Accounting/Finance 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - upon completion of 1 and 2, the application goes through a thorough review by the committee 

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability. 

- See more at: http://turnaround.org/certification#sthash.ZZshsm3b.dpuf               

 

When you earn the Certified Turnaround Analyst or Certified Turnaround Professional designation, you are showing not just your industry, but also the business community at large, your dedication to and competence in turnaround and restructuring.

Whether it be in front of a judge, or in the final consideration for a deal, earning the CTP can make a real difference.

In fact, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (Pub.L. 109–8, 119 Stat. 23, enacted April 20, 2005) makes certification more important than ever. Section 415 directs courts to consider whether a professional person is certified or has otherwise demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field. This amendment makes certification a specific factor in the award of compensation to professionals.

Earning your CTP or CTA:

  • Demonstrates your commitment, competency, and expertise in the corporate renewal industry
  • Distinguishes yourself from your professional colleagues
  • Raises your stature in the corporate renewal industry to gain a competitive edge
  • Promotes the professionalism of the turnaround and corporate renewal industry

How to Become Certified

The Turnaround Management Association has revamped the process in which professionals earn the CTP or CTA, making the Path to Certification much more streamlined.

No more traveling to take prep courses and the exam – everything is available 100 percent online. The timeline is completely flexible to adapt to your schedule. A deal comes up? No problem. Start or pause your preparation at your convenience.

The certification process involves the following steps:

  1. Application Portfolio - submit an application form and experience documentation* to demonstrate eligibility 
  2. Certification Exams - pass the three exams covering Accounting and Finance, Legal Principles, and Management 
  3. TMA Standards Subcommittee Review - your completed candidate portfolio is thoroughly reviewed by the subcommittee 

* Experience documentation required for the Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP)

Click here to begin your Path to Certification.

The Certification Oversight Committee and TMA endorse the principles of equal opportunity. Eligibility criteria for examination and certification under the TMA Certification Program are applied equally to all applicants, regardless of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, or disability.

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