In May 2010, the MMTA introduced the Michigan Certified Professional Treasurer (MiCPT) certification program.  The program was designed to complement the national certification, Certified Public Finance Administrator (CPFA), that is offered through the APT US&C, and offers unique educational benefits for the members of the MMTA.

To be eligible for the MiCPT, a member must complete Basic Institute, and have three full years of treasury-related experience. The certification must be renewed every four years; applications must be received by June 1 to be considered. The Professional Development Committee reviews both initial applications and recertifications.

For more information, see the guidelines and application here.