Benefits of TMA-SA membership

The Turnaround Management Association - Southern Africa (TMA-SA) is a voluntary turnaround and corporate renewal association for purposes of:

Networking

TMA-SA provides a networking infrastructure and events for turnaround professionals of all disciplines to meet, socialise, interact, communicate and contact each other.

Apart from social and educational events for meeting, the organisation provides electronic communication media in the form of a web site, discussion forums, newsletters, centralised emailing and personal contact information.

Knowledge

TMA-SA serves as a clearinghouse of information and research pertinent to turnaround management and the turnaround industry, by capturing knowledge and distributing news, information, ideas and knowledge. To this end it publishes newsletters and blogs, and maintains a knowledge base on the web site.

Education

TMA-SA fosters professional development opportunities for turnaround professionals of all disciplines. It pursues improved methodologies and the raising standards of turnaround management, thereby enhancing the necessary competencies for successful practice.

Presently, it offers a monthly lecture series, and many of its members present papers at an annual turnaround management conference at Wits Business School..

TMA-SA is in the process launching a Turnaround Certification Programme in South Africa, for implementation in 2011.

Promotion

TMA-SA promotes the organisation and its members as professionals committed to the highest standards of practice. This include representation and lobbying with government regarding issues affecting its members such as new business rescue legislation.

The web site lists a piblicly visible directory of each member's profile.

A member shall not give the impression that membership in the TMA-SA bestows any credentials or in any way guarantees minimum qualifications. To this end, TMA-SA will introduce the Certified Turnaround Professional qualification and other certification qualifications in South Africa in due course.

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