Membership Promotions & Initiatives: Material Matters Members
This is an exclusive enrolment page for members of the Professional Golfers Association and can only be accessed via the link from the member education section of the PGA website.
Normal Course Cost: £30.00 (exc.VAT)
MM Member Course Cost: £23.00 (exc.VAT)
Study Time: Approximately 2 to 3 hours
Time Limit: 6-months to complete
Tutor Support: Included
Course Summary – “Membership Promotions & Initiatives”:
This is a very practical course that explores the different strategies, tactics and promotions that can be employed to generate membership enquiries and leads.
– What is a Membership Promotion Trying to Achieve?
– Addressing Member Perceptions
– Proven Successful Membership Promotions
– Membership Lead Generation Initiatives
Completing the Course:
Delegates must complete the tutor-assessed end-of-course quiz to be awarded the “Promote Training Module in Membership Promotions & Initiatives”.
This course also counts towards the “Generating Membership Leads” Certificate course.
On completion/participation of this course, PGA Professionals will be provided with valid supporting evidence and information from us so that it can be added as a structured formal learning opportunity on their CPD records.
Read what some of the delegates from this course have said about it.
“I really enjoyed the course. I already had a general knowledge of membership promotions but found that this course improved my knowledge even more.” Mark Allen, Hillsborough Golf Club, Sheffield
“Golf Club administrators have to wear many different hats, having good source material to refer to when we approach Membership promotions is invaluable in terms of getting back into the swing of things!” Steven Clayton, Hever Castle Golf Club, Kent
“It was a brilliant course, I’d encourage anyone interested in building their membership initiatives in their own work place to do it.” Brady Sherwood, County Cork, Ireland
“Another very informative course.” Gareth Snelgrove, Hagley Golf & Country Club, West Midlands