The ICCP offers three levels of membership – Associate, Member and Fellow – and the fees vary depending on the level that you are applying for. When you reach Fellow status however, we do not ask for higher fees but rather a contribution to the institute, whether it be a place on our steering committee, writing articles for the ICCP e-magazine, or submitting papers, articles, presentations and so forth for inclusion in the Knowledge zone of the member’s area.
Membership subscriptions run from the date when membership to the institute was accepted and are renewable annually on the same date. To help you keep track of your membership status, a reminder will be sent 30 days prior to your renewal date and subsequent reminders will be issued if we do not hear from you.
In cases where a member wishes to upgrade from Associate to Member at some point in the year, we only ask for the upgrade fee to process the application at this time. Payment of the additional membership fees will not be required until the next subscription is due for payment.
Members who do not renew their membership by completing the renewal process will have their names removed from the List of Members and if applicable, the Register of Claims Practitioners.
Lapsed members who wish to renew membership will be eligible to do so upon payment of a reinstatement fee.
Annual membership fees are as follows:
- £190 – Associate (AICCP)
- £260 – Member (MICCP)
- £260 – Fellow (FICCP)
- £140 – Application fee
- £140 – Upgrade fee
- £140 – Reinstatement fee
- £250 – Register of Claims Practitioners fee (renewable annually)