TMA relies on the cumulative knowledge of our members to provide relevant and timely information that impacts our membership. If you are a subject matter expert and want to serve as a resource in this important role to share best practices to help elevate our community as a whole, you have found the right place!
TMA develops training resources for the public and to support the professional monitoring industry. Based on your availability, you may volunteer to draft or review content with a group of your peers. All content is reviewed for accuracy and to ensure that there is balanced representation in all of our materials and resources.
TMA offers virtual and in-person speaking events through our webinar series and various events during the year. This is also a great professional development opportunity for those who would like to become more comfortable with public speaking.
TMA members are also encouraged to pitch ideas for training and resources. See below for some ideas!
Market Trends or Technical Innovation Information
PURPOSE: To provide TMA members with actionable business intelligence.
Suggested presenters: TMA Associate or Consultant members.
Target audience: Executive and functional leaders within TMA North American and Proprietary member companies.
Best Practices, Standards, and Legal Information
PURPOSE: To promote best practices within the monitoring industry.
Suggested presenters: TMA North American, Proprietary, Associate, or Consultant members.
Target audience: Monitoring center personnel, including lead operators, managers, supervisors, functional and executive managers.
Advocacy/Public Interest Information
PURPOSE: To promote the value of monitoring, TMA membership, or to advocate for the monitoring industry and/or the public safety sector.
Suggested presenters: TMA North American or Proprietary members, members of the public safety community.
Target audience: Stakeholders inside and outside of the monitoring community, including but not limited to, public safety officials, alarm dealers and installers, manufacturers
Why Join TMA
When your company joins TMA, you become part of the association that promotes and defends the interests of the monitoring industry, through its work in government relations, regulatory advocacy, and standards development.