Renewing your membership
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In addition to paying their membership fees, Graduate and Registered Members (and those Fellow Members for whom it is applicable), will need to ensure that their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and supervision requirements have been met, and all required paperwork sent in in time for their renewal date. Please note: We are unable to renew membership without this information.
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