Last chance to achieve MIEMA in 2016

1st September 2016

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Michael Sant

Members seeking to upgrade to Full membership this year have a last chance to apply by using two special incentives, although time is running out.

Full membership is regarded as the gold standard for environment and sustainability professionals and gaining the MIEMA suffix can open doors by showcasing a high level of experience and knowledge to employers. This could lead to a salary boost and help build professional recognition.

IEMA has created two routes to achieving Full membership by the end of the year before the new standard and assessment method is activated. One is for members who feel ready to progress their application now, having already done some preparation. The other is for those who feel they would benefit from some assessor support, feedback and guidance.

Members who choose the support package will need to submit their short paper by 1 October 2016. Members who choose to forgo extra feedback and support will receive a £50 discount on their full membership application fee.

The two routes are open until the end of September so, if you are planning to upgrade now, it is important to act fast to ensure your application is progressed before the short paper deadline.

To find out more about the offers to upgrade to Full membership, visit or call +44 (0)1522 540 069 to speak to an adviser.


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