Full Membership (MIEMA) represents a professional standard of knowledge, understanding and experience in the fields of environmental management and assessment.
A Full Member of IEMA is typically an environmental professional and practitioner that contributes most of their worktime to the goal of sustainable development and that give their time to increase and improve the environmental knowledge and practice of their business, clients, staff and/or industry and successful candidates are entitled to use the suffix MIEMA in recognition of this.
The Full Membership Application Pack can be downloaded here:
To find out about Full membership fees, please click here.
If you want to make a dual application for Full Membership and Chartered Environmentalist Registration please download the application guide found on the Chartered Environmentalist webpage. Please note: application requirements for Chartered and Dual applications change on 1st January 2013. Any applications received after this date must comply with the new application requirements. Any applications received during December 2012 will be assessed against 2012 requirements.
IEMA offers a free review of draft short papers. Advice will be given on areas where the short paper can be improved upon prior to submission within a completed application. Please email draft short papers for review to: email@example.com
IEMA runs a Mentoring Scheme aimed at Associate members that wish to progress to Full membership. A group of mentors, who are all Full or Fellow members of IEMA, have undertaken the necessary training to ensure they can provide their candidates with the correct support and information.
For more information or to register for the scheme, please visit http://www.iema.net/mentoring-scheme
Full Membership - Continuing Professional Development
Full Members of IEMA are required to sign up to a code of practice. Item five of the code of practice requires you to develop and maintain standards of professional competence and knowledge through a combination of training, learning and practical experience.
As part of IEMA’s commitment to ensuring that the code of practice is being followed, we require Full Members to submit evidence of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) on an annual basis. At present IEMA is not prescriptive on the amount of CPD required, but it does require evidence of CPD undertaken. CPD submissions will be monitored and recorded
To support our members we have developed guidance on CPD. Within the guidance is a standard template which you may wish to use to record CPD:
Guidance from Full CEnv Assessors on how to prepare for your interview
Full Membership Frequently Asked Questions
Please visit our http://www.iema.net/membership/individual/full/fullfaq page.
If you require further information on membership please email us.