Show Your Government Meetings Expertise
Looking to earn your CGMP designation? Arrive in Bloomington a few days early to take the class and exam.
The Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP) designation is designed for planners and suppliers whose work is governed by the rules and regulations of the government. The class will take place June 3-5, 2023. After three full days of classroom instruction (evening group study sessions are recommended), the exam is taken on the fourth day. Separate registration is required.
|DATE||BEGIN TIME||END TIME||SESSION||Room|
|Saturday, June 3, 2023||9:00 am||5:00 pm||CGMP Certification Course - Day 1||TBD|
|Sunday, June 4, 2023||9:00 am||5:00 pm||CGMP Certification Course - Day 2||TBD|
|Monday, June 5, 2023||9:00 am||5:00 pm||CGMP Certification Course - Day 3||TBD|
|Wednesday, June 6, 2023||9:00 am||11:00 am||CGMP Examination||TBD|
Individuals who have earned their CGMP have obtained the highest designation available that is specifically for government meeting professionals. The CGMP is recognized within the hospitality industry; many government contracts require planners working on the contract to have their CGMP certification. In addition to demonstrating your commitment to enhancing your government expertise and to improving the quality of your meetings, earning your CGMP has numerous benefits for your career and for your employer.
In order to take the class, you must be a current member of SGMP and be able to document at least one-year of experience in the meetings/hospitality industry.
The registration fee is $649 and includes all training sessions, the CGMP manual and the exam. To sit for the exam, you must attend all three days of the in-person course. Find out other dates the course will be offered.
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