All the details of Full membership are available here. In summary, you will need to submit a written paper and then have an online peer-review interview with two Full CEnv assessors, to assess whether you demonstrate the competencies of an IEMA Full member (and/or CEnv).
Yes - there is no limit on how many times you can resit your exam. Your first resit will be offered to you free of charge. Any further resits after that incur a charge of £50 per attempt. You should contact the Membership and Standards Team to arrange your resit and pay any fees.
There is no limit on how many times you can resit your exam - your first resit will be offered to you free of charge. Resits after that incur a charge of £50 per attempt.
Yes, as long as you contact us before the closing date of your preferred month - all closing dates can be seen on our online exam schedule.
Please email the Membership and Standards Team at [email protected] to let us know.
For Associate exams, you will receive your membership e-certificate up to four weeks after your exam window has closed. For Practitioner, Full or Fellow assessments, you will receive your membership e-certificate up to four weeks after your final results have been issued to you.
Once your exam window has closed, it will take up to 5 working days for your status to update on the website.
When you apply for Student membership you are asked to provide an expected graduation date. You will be contacted prior to this date to notify you of your next steps - you can upgrade to GradIEMA or AIEMA, depending on your eligibility. You will need to check the entry requirements and the membership standard to confirm which grade you are eligible for. If you chose not to upgrade, your membership grade will change to Affiliate at your next renewal.