Time to update your member details
IEMA urges members to make sure their contact and professional details are up to date
If you receive the environmentalist through the post, that means IEMA has your current address. But do we have all of your current details?
If we do not know your up-to-date telephone number, email address, employer details or job title we cannot deliver appropriate event invitations, policy briefings or opportunities to help shape the profession. Updating your details is simple (see steps below) and you can even tell us the email or postal address at which you would prefer to be contacted.
Four simple steps to update your profile
- Go to iema.net and find the log-in boxes at the top of the page.
- Log on using your email address as your username and your chosen password (or the password issued when you first registered).
- Once you’ve logged on, click “update your profile”.
- Once you have arrived at the updates page, you can view/edit your personal, location, work and contact details.
If you have not previously logged on to the website, go to the IEMA website, click register, follow the onscreen instructions and then complete steps 1 to 4 as listed above. Go to iema.net today to check your details – your access to future professional development opportunities may depend on it.
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