The PMC (Professional Management Consultant) Designation
Anyone can call himself (or herself) an "engineer" or an “accountant” or a “consultant.” No licenses are required to do business under any of these professional labels. But only a select few engineers can put a "P.E." after their names, only accountants who have met strict standards can affix a “CPA” to their names, and only those management consultants who have documented their skills and abilities can place a "PMC" after their names!
The PMC is the nationally recognized designation for consultants who are professional, knowledgeable in their craft, recognized by their peers, and have documented their achievements. To qualify for the prestigious PMC designation, the applicant must document his or her credentials in four areas:
Professional Management Consultants are easy to identify. They put a "PMC" after their names, wear the official PMC lapel pin, provide you with a copy of their PMC certification, and affix a PMC crest to their correspondence, proposals and other important documents.
When you engage consultant who is a PMC, you are engaging a consultant who has documented expertise and experience!
You can verify that a consultant is a PMC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a consultant, and you want to apply for the PMC Designation, go to our Membership Benefits page.