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There may come a time in your career as a tennis-teaching professional that you may want to transition into an off-court tennis-related position. This section of the website was developed in cooperation with Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) and is here to provide you with more information about the various opportunities available to you.

If you're interested in learning more about CMAA, click here. To find CMAA educational events in your area, contact a chapter near you.

Private Club Management

The following information is made available courtesy of Club Managers Association of America.

10 Competency Areas of Private Club Management

All of the BMI courses are designed to focus on and integrate the skills and management areas that are vital to the success of well-rounded club managers. Each club management competency is followed by its content areas.

  1. Club Governance – History and types of clubs, membership types, bylaws, policy formation, board relations, chief operating officer concept, committees, committee relations, career development in clubs.
  2. Food & Beverage Management – Food and beverage trends, food and beverage service, menu development, catering sales and operations, theme functions, nutrition and wellness programs, dining room design, equipment, ordering, receiving, controls, inventory, wine and beverage operations and development, food and beverage training, personnel issues, sanitation, food and beverage technology.
  3. Accounting & Financial Management – Accounting and financial issues, capital projects, strategic planning, uniform systems of accounting, audits, financial analysis, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues, cash flow and forecasting, budgeting, technology issues, business office organization, compensation and benefits administration, long- range financial planning.
  4. Human & Professional Resources – Employee relations, employee communication, time management, recruiting strategies, hiring and selection, performance systems, training and development, progressive discipline and terminations, other legal issues, stress management, organizational development, labor issues, compensation and bonus programs, balancing job and family, pre-employment testing and performance evaluation issues.
  5. Leadership – Motivation and team building, coaching and developing others, building relationships, diversity, conflict management, strategic planning, delegation, problem analysis and decision making, improving performance, providing performance feedback, conducting performance discussions, professional image and dress, negotiation, member contact skills.
  6. Membership & Marketing – Membership strategies, membership planning, club managers role in marketing and membership, membership satisfaction surveys, membership orientation programs, working with the membership committees, working with the media, newsletters, membership technology.
  7. Golf, Sports & Recreation Management – Golf operations and etiquette, rules of golf, golf course maintenance, the role of the superintendent, grasses, turf, conditioning practices, budgets and forecasting, golf tournament operations, golf equipment, future trends in golf, environmental issues, junior programs, tennis operations, swimming pool management, yacht club facilities management, fitness center and spa management, locker room management.
  8. External & Governmental Influences – Legislative influences, privacy, regulatory issues, club law, liquor liability, labor laws, immigration laws, internal revenue service, current legal issues affecting clubs, disaster preparedness.
  9. Facilities Management – Preventative maintenance, housekeeping, security, insurance and risk management, clubhouse remodeling and renovation, lodging, energy and water management, laundry, sustainability and conservation.
  10. Interpersonal Skills – Active listening skills, effective writing skills, conducting oral and written presentations, promoting communication between departments, negotiation, actively seeking member and employee feedback, communicating ideas effectively with employees and members, expressing disagreements tactfully, seeking clarification, achieving positive working relationships, role modeling, and communication skills.

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