All change for MIEMA

11th February 2014

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Daniel Kenyon

With just weeks left before IEMA's Full membership standard changes to include new assessment criteria and interview methods, the Institute has published additional support for those interested in upgrading to MIEMA status

A breakdown of the changes to the eligibility criteria, application documentation and assessment process is available at An article in the training focus supplement in the December issue of the environmentalist also provides details of the revisions, including the new competences.

Practitioners who are interested in applying to become MIEMA under the new standard from April 2014 are encouraged to read the article, and the online information on the changes, in preparation for their application. This background information will ensure they are fully aware of how, and why, the standard is changing. Anyone who wants to be kept up to date on the changes can email and be placed on a mailing list.

While some members have already signed up to apply for Full under the new system, there are some limited places available to apply for MIEMA under the current standard and interview process.

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