1st August is the start of the new membership year. All members and students can renew online to ensure continued access to benefits, support and services.
There’s never been a more important time to be part of our growing community of governance professionals as we enter a new phase of governance. The Institute remains committed to providing its student and members with relevant resources, thought leadership insights, and the opportunity to shape the future of the governance profession.
On 19 May the CGIUKI board agreed the fees for the new membership year; if you have any questions about your renewal please take a look at our FAQs, as you will hopefully find the answer you are looking for. If not, please email the membership team email@example.com with Renewal 2021 in the subject line.
If your circumstances have changed since last year, or you want to discuss your renewal, please get in touch with our membership team. A concessionary rate may be available to students and members who are unemployed, on long term sick leave or parental leave. Criteria applies, please refer to the Concessionary rate policy for further guidance.
This is also the time of year when members will be thinking about updating their CPD log. We understand that for some members, completing the requisite 20 hours of CPD (or 35 for members in Public Practice) may be difficult due to the current situation. We are therefore applying a degree of flexibility by asking members to record what CPD activity they have undertaken, even if they have not been able to meet the mandated number of hours. The Institute is continuing to offer online CPD courses and we also accept informal CPD towards the annual requirement. You can update your CPD log online here.
So much has changed for us all over the last 12 months, and there are undoubtably fresh challenges ahead as we now think about a world post Covid and returning to some sort of normality (and the office!). As your professional body, we remain committed to providing the support that you need, particularly as governance professionals continue to play such a critical role in guiding boards in every sector on the road to recovery.