Who can join as an Associate member
Associate membership is ideal if you work in, or are interested in any area of, environmental health and want access our comprehensive package of benefits, products and services. Associate members are not required to undertake and report CPD activities.
How we support you
We offer invaluable support and resources to help you in your current role, whatever the employment sector, and also to develop for the future. Associate membership gives you:
We are a world-renowned professional body with a reputation for excellence and innovation. Membership demonstrates your dedication to professionalism and an active interest in environmental health to current and potential employers and clients, helping you to stand out from the crowd.
Through online access to EHN magazine, monthly member-only email newsletters and online updates, you will have cutting-edge information about environmental health. This, alongside our technical briefings and conferences and seminars, will give you the knowledge you need to perform in your role.
Support in your career
Membership means resources, such as case studies, tools, workshops and good practice guidance, to guide you in your work. It also means access to a host of events to keep your skills current and to fill any gaps, giving you the competitive advantage.
Access to local and specialist low-cost and free professional development events through our membership network (with discounts available) means meeting with peers and potential employers and clients, gaining real insight into what’s happening across the environmental health sector and making connections that can help you further down the line. You can also do this online through our MyCIEH forums.
Discounts on career-related and leisure products and services to save you money in your professional and personal life. Current offers include free CV and career services and savings on holidays and gym memberships.
Beyond Associate membership
Depending on your qualifications, you may be able to access Accredited associate membership, where you can use ‘ACIEH’ letters after your name. For further information, please see our Accredited associate membership page.