New membership fees
From 1 June 2013 IEMA is introducing a small increase to its annual membership renewal fees
The Institute has frozen its membership renewal fees at 2010 rates for the past three years in order to help its members during the tough economic conditions. However, owing to increasing baseline costs, IEMA must now increase renewal fees.
The Institute has worked to minimise the increase and continues to invest revenue back into the provision and development of the services that IEMA offers its members, such as the environmentalist and the programme of professional development events running during 2013.
Further details on the changes to your membership costs will be available in the May issue of the environmentalist and in future issues of IEMA’s Downloaded. A full and transparent breakdown of the new renewal fees will be available online.
Members whose annual renewal falls in June will receive their renewal advice with details of the updated fee before the end of April.
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