Membership

Benefits

As a member you will have access to:

– Information on Best Practices
– Specialised Training & CPD
– Interpreters Forum
– Professional Support
– Social Networking Opportunities

Become part of a group of like-minded professionals 

who are working together to raise the standards of community interpreting.

 

Full Members

Full members MUST hold a Community Interpreting Level 3 awarded by a recognised awarding body.

Full members can register with the Association by paying an annual fee of £30 per calendar year.

Full members can hold office positions and can vote on decisions raised in any meeting held by the Association.

Full members will have access to a ‘Members Only’ Page, where they can tap into further benefits.

Full members can add their details on the Find a Community Interpreter directory. (available soon on our website)

Full members must abide by the association’s code of conduct.

Associate Members

Associate members can include students working towards the Community Interpreting Level 3 Certificate (within a 2 year period).

Associate members pay an annual fee of £10 per calendar year.

Associate members do not have access to free training but will be informed about relevant CPD through regular newsletters and mailings.

Associate members must abide by the association’s code of conduct.

 

Members with other qualifications

Membership to the Association is open to Interpreters who hold other qualifications, as long as they understand and support the objectives of the association.

Membership Rights and Responsibilities

Membership to the Association is not transferable. Membership to the Association shall cease:

  • If the member resigns, by giving written notice to the Association,
  • If the member ceases to qualify for membership in accordance with the terms of reference herein,
  • By a vote of the majority of the members of the Association or a majority vote of the Officers of the Association at a meeting duly called for such purpose,
  • If a member behaves in such a way that brings shame to the association,
  • On the death of a member.

  

Become part of a group of like-minded professionals 

who are working together to raise the standards of community interpreting.