Breakdown of the changes to membership fees from June

9th April 2015


A full breakdown of the new fee structure for all membership levels and registrations.

As previously featured in the environmentalist, annual IEMA membership renewal rates change from 1 June. To ensure every member is aware of the changes to their fee(s) in advance of the renewal date, the chart (above) provides a full breakdown of the new structure for all membership levels and registrations.

Members whose renewal is due on or shortly after 1 June 2015 will receive full details four weeks in advance of the date.

Changes to the membership fees are being applied in order to support the delivery of services from this year and beyond. Members can expect to see a number of new and improved features, tools and opportunities over the coming months, which will ensure they get maximum value from their membership. The increase will also support the achievement of IEMA’s Vision 2020 objectives – as identified by members during the 2013 consultation. These are to grow the profession in size, prominence, capability and influence.

Some frequently asked questions, which explain further the changes to the fees structure, can be found at iema.net/fees.

Price

VAT

Affiliate

£117

£0.00

Associate EIA application

£41.00

£8.20

Associate entry exam administration

£15

£0.00

Associate environmental auditor application

£41.00

£8.20

Associate exam entry, exam registration

£122

£24.40

Associate via training application

£152

£0.00

EMS auditor application

£45

£9.00

Environmental auditor application

£146.00

£29.20

Environmental auditor renewal

£35.00

£7.00

ESOS combined

425.00

85.00

ESOS application and assessment

125.00

25.00

ESOS training workshop

400.00

80.00

ESOS renewal

35.00

7.00

Fellow application

£220

£0.00

Full/Chartered environmentalist administration (application)

£20

£4.00

Full/Chartered environmentalist

£311

£0.00

Full/Chartered environmentalist SocEnv fee (application)

£75

£0.00

GACSO plus IEMA non-professional level – Student, Graduate, Affiliate

£260

£0.00

GACSO plus IEMA professional level – Associate, Full, Fellow

£295

£0.00

Graduate (price subject to change in 2015)

£52

£0.00

Lead EMS auditor application

£71.00

£14.20

Membership re-instatement

£60.00

£12.00

PEA application

£218

£43.50

PEIA application

£218

£43.50

REIA register application

£146

£29.20

Replacement certificate

£25

£5.00

Student of IEMA corporate member university

FREE

£0.00

Student

£50.00

£0.00


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