Persons admitted into the Institute shall posses adequate knowledge, experience and qualifications in education and other related disciplines specified and to be enrolled in the category of:
Student membership is for those that are still studying irrespective of the level of studies. We provide this opportunity to students with ambition to be in the teaching profession after graduation. The student will be able to benefit from all programs of the association.Fee: £22
The graduate membership is for those who are done with studies. They may be applicants or employed. There is opportunity for anyone in this category to explore the benefits of CIEPUK while waiting to be employed or make use of the benefits that this association offers while in the academic profession.Fee: £40
This grade of membership is for those with a minimum of Bachelor degree. The members should also have other academic experiences which should be clearly shown on the resume.Fee: £45
This grade of membership is for those with a minimum of Bachelor degree, and at least two publications. The members should also have other academic experiences which should be clearly shown on the resume.Fee: £210
Fellowship is one of the highest membership grades that can be attained, which the Board of Trustees can bestow on a member. It allows a member to refer to themselves as a Fellow of the CIEPUK and use the 'FCIEPUK' designatory title.
Fellowship can only be awarded to people who are already members.
There are two routes to Fellowship:
Fellowships by Election will be granted to members ordinarily of at least five years' standing who, in the opinion of the Board of Trustees, have given distinctive service to educational development or have shown evidence of special knowledge or ability in relation to the work of academic innovations.
A member can be nominated by their peers, their Region or via a petition.
Fellowships by Theses will be granted to members ordinarily of at least five years' standing who have submitted a thesis accepted and approved in accordance with the Fellowship by Thesis Regulations.Fee: £400
Chartered status is a quality standard for educational practitioners, demonstrating excellence in all academic involvements. Member must demonstrate substantial contributions to educational development globally through verified works. In addition to academic qualification, member must provide minimum of five publications and other academic contributions.Fee: £210
Fellows or members with chartered status may use the special designatory letters CIEP in addition to the usual FCIEP or MCIEP. Chartered institute of educational practitioners are allowed to use a chartered status logo in their email signature, website, business cards and professional correspondence. If you have chartered status and would like to use the logo, please get in touch with CIEPUK
Members with chartered status must complete at least 30 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) rather than 20, which must be confirmed with an annual CPD declaration.
Centre fee: must be up to full membership before you can own a centre
Membership of the Institute is now over 10,000. It carries a great deal of benefits. These include receiving Institute Journal and other publications. The use of Institutes ties, badges and stickers. The Institute offers opportunities for business connections, nationally and internationally.
Our periodic seminars, conventions, symposia, overseas travel-business trips, all at reduced fees expose members to business opportunities and employment and broaden our management ability and know-how.
The Institute organizes regularly workshops, conferences under the auspices of its membership Education and Training Scheme at a very reduced charge. The aim is to constantly keep members up to date on the professional skill and knowledge called for in this new millennium.