How do I become a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP)?
From 2016 all applicants first need to pass examinations. Following examination success applicants can then apply for the desired level of membership and if it is Associate or above provide the required case studies as follows:
- Sit the three exams and pass to become a Certified Turnaround Analyst (CTA)
- Submit one case study and be interviewed to become an Associate
- Submit a further two case studies and be interviewed to become a Member
- By recommendation of the SAC to become a Fellow.
The EACTP also recommends and encourages its members to hold a practising certificate as a demonstration of up-to-date practical knowledge and current best practice.
Applications are welcome from turnaround professionals who live or work in Europe (which includes EU countries, continental Europe plus UK, Eire, Greenland, Iceland, Cyprus and Malta).
Case studies, which are needed for those applying for membership levels above Analyst, must be from within the last ten years and the last case study must be no more than three years old at the point of application. The Standards and Admissions Committee will exercise discretion if the last case is older than three years.
How to apply
For information on the application process, with detailed notes for applicants see How to Apply.
For application forms, see: