The subscription renewal forms will be sent to members in February by email, or by post if we do not have an email address for you.
Members who have not sent in their renewal information by 1 April 2015 will no longer receive CIfA emails, bulletins and publications. Accredited members (PCIfA, ACIfA, MCIfA) who have not returned their renewal by 1 April 2015 may not be published in the CIfA Yearbook and directory.
If you do not receive your renewal by the end of February, please email email@example.com or telephone 0118 3786446 and we can send you another.
The 2014/15 Subscriptions continue to be based on grade of membership. This structure allows accredited members (PCIfA, ACIfA and MCIfA) on lower incomes to apply for a reduced subscription rate and to ensure a fair subscription for those who earn less than the recommended minimum salary for their grade of membership.
If you are an accredited member (PCIfA, ACIfA and MCIfA) and your income is below the recommended minima salary for your grade of membership you can apply for a concessionary rate. For example, you may be an Associate (ACIfA) member of the Institute and expected to pay an annual fee of £156. But if you are employed in a post that has PCIfA-level responsibility and pay, you would then be able to apply for a reduction in your subscription fee to the rate paid by a PCIfA member (£114). If you are earning less than the PCIfA recommended minimum salary then you can apply for a further reduction to the PCIfA concessionary rate of £69. If you work part-time you would also be eligible for a concessionary rate if your income does not meet the relevant recommended scale - as outlined above you would need to provide details of your income. The subscription rate for those who are not currently in employment or earn less than £9,999 will be £20.
If you require some help with the new categories or subscription renewals you can find a list of common questions regarding subscription renewals, or contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.