The DTMS is a multi-disciplined learned establishment, which offers membership and certification to individual members, patron and institutional membership to organizations and businesses. The society operates on a national and international basis. To accomplish its goal the DTMS needs the moral support of industry, commerce and organizations. Through patron or institutional membership, organizations, industry and commerce play a prominent role in the advancement, practice and fostering of the arts and sciences with an opportunity to associate through a meaningful relationship. The Council of the society is the highest authority in the structure of the DTMS and is appointed by its active membership. The society functions under its own constitution and bye-laws (articles of association), which are revised from time to time in order to ensure the DTMS is in step with technological and social developments. Assisting the Council is the Examination Committee and any co-opted committees or members to manage the affairs of the society.

The most important sub-divisions within the society's structure are:
a) Membership division - subdivided into Technological and Managerial Chapters

b) Certification Division - sub-divided into three main groups;
Group 1 - Scientific Technological
Group 2 - Engineering
Group 3 - Managerial Administrative

Vocational, educational and professional development sub-division.

DTMS informs members about the prospects of professional and educational development opportunities through the society and the associated educational establishments. The society's structures accommodate the modern busy individual of today in a competitive world. The educational sub-division of the society assists members with educational decisions and allows them to choose courses that will enable them to embark on a career in a suitable field. The ultimate goal is to provide the means and facilities for junior members to achieve the highest academic qualification possible and paves the way towards the corporate grades of membership.

The society therefore seeks to establish links with reputable education providers on a global basis. Through these established links it is possible for members globally to realize their highest academic and professional goals and be able to advance jointly through the society. Associated institutions must recognize life/work experience and the various academic attainments of members. Education and professional development can be specific or broadly based and must be internationally accepted in many fields of endeavor within the spectrum of the arts and sciences encompassed by the DTMS.

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