What qualifications are required to become a Member of the Institute?
This varies considerably, depending on the candidate.
He/she may have gained construction knowledge over many years within a trade background, having advanced through management positions, with responsibilities associated with Site Inspection.
The candidate may have achieved various construction qualifications and is possibly already in a Clerks of Works or similar role and is now seeking recognition within the construction industry or via his/her employer.
The Institute of Clerks of Works and Construction Inspectorate has been busy working with Wolverhampton University to create a 20 credit on-line module, leading to a degree course.
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How do I join the Institute?
By completing the membership application
, returning it together with an up to date CV, reference from present employer (confirming present position, responsibilities and tenure of office), copies of any construction related qualifications achieved and the entrance fee of £70.00.
…..What happens then?
On receipt of the application; the candidate will be invited to attend an interview at the nearest Chapter venue convenient to their address.
The eligibility of grade of membership will depend on the outcome of the interview. The Interview panel will consider the candidates experience, qualifications and construction knowledge.
Usually within six weeks from the interview, the candidate is notified, and eligibility of either Licentiate or Member entitlement may be awarded. If successful, the individual may use the designatory letters awarded with the appropriate grade of membership.
If you have any question related to membership of the Institute, please contact the Institute
and ask to speak to our membership officer.