Certified Membership (CMaPS)
What is the Certified Membership category of membership?
Experienced, practicing professionals demonstrating a depth and breadth of skills, knowledge and experience (SKE) in design and construction health and safety risk management.
Perfect for individuals looking to demonstrate to clients or members of their organisation, a high level of skills, knowledge and experience as well as a proven ability in specialist areas.
There is a £150 initial application fee. Once all processes for membership have been completed you will be invited to become a Member and pay the annual subscription fee due currently £220.00.
Transitioning from IMaPS to CMaPS? The £150 initial CMaPS application fee will be waived.
New applicants will have to prove that they have 22 credit points or more, complete and pass both the online CDM2015 examination and telephone interview. Once these steps are completed, prospective members will need to complete 4 specialist knowledge examinations, one being the mandatory occupational health exam, plus another 3 of their choosing. This will complete the application process.
Applicants need to complete the online PDF application form. Once received, we will verify that the eligibility criteria is met and get in touch. Application forms and supporting evidence should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Guidance Notes
To find out more about applying, download our guidance document. For further advice, please contact the membership department on 0131 442 6600.
Applicants should download this document to assist in self-assessing their points within the qualifications section of the application. Applicants will need this to apply for CMaPS.
There are three tables of credits, each designed to correspond to the appropriate box within the qualifications section of the CMaPS application form. All Design related qualifications start with an APS reference D; Health and Safety qualifications start with an APS reference H: and all Construction qualifications start with an APS reference C.
What post-nominal letters can I use?
As a certified member members will be entitled to use CMaPS to promote their name to clients, industry and their organisation.
One of the key benefits is that members will be able to demonstrate to their clients a wider detailed knowledge of construction health and safety by having been examined in four specialist ‘knowledge areas’.