| Membership | Finances
is one of the visions of the PPTA that chapters of the association be
established in different parts of the country. These chapters will enable
the members of PPTA to enjoy
the benefits of the association at a much closer range and make the mother
organization stronger. For a chapter to be established, it is necessary
that 50 lifetime members of the association be part of it.
person in charge of membership is
Accept new members for the chapter and association
File all original membership documents
Send a duplicate of the accomplished membership form to the Head of
the Membership Committee
Provide a list of new members to the Head of the Membership
Forward all membership dues to a bank account specified by the Head
of the Membership Committee
The first major
activity of the chapter will be sponsored by the PPTA. Revenue from this
activity will be divided accordingly: 30% to the PPTA and 70% to the
chapter. All succeeding activities is the responsibility of the chapter
but the proceeds will be shared as stated above.
PPTA chapter must have a set of duly elected officers to carry out certain
functions. These positions would be that of the president,
secretary, treasurer and PRO. They must have the individuals in
charge of membership and continuing education as well.
The president is
required to submit a semi-annual report to the president of the PPTA.
The treasurer is
will submit a financial report to the treasurer of the PPTA after every
activity and remit revenues
Continuing Education top
The person in
charge of continuing education is
tasked to plan the CE activities of the chapter. The Head of the CE
Committee must be given notice of the activity (its objectives, outline
and resource person) at least 3 months prior.