Non-Chartered Membership

If you’ve just joined the CIOB, unless you are studying full time, you will be assigned either Applicant or Student status. Your experience and skills will determine which of these you will be assigned to.

You will surely be eager to get on with your application for full Chartered membership, but don’t forget that your current status brings a wide range of benefits to help you on your way. 

Find out more here about the benefits of Chartered Membership.

Benefits of CIOB membership

  • CPD Portal
    Our CPD Portal is the perfect place to help busy, knowledgeable construction professionals keep their skills current, no matter where you are based in the world.
  • CPD events 
    CIOB organises over 500 events every year. Most of these are CPD events, so we can help you on your way to learning new skills and improving your CPD portfolio.
  • Professional Review assistance
    We will provide support through the Professional Review and we offer regular workshops to guide you through the process.
  • CIOB Magazines
    We publish a variety of magazines; Construction Manager which is focused on the UK construction industry, Global Construction Review, which covers the world’s most exciting projects and Construction, Research and Innovation which reports from the industry’s cutting edge.
  • Access to our online library
    CIOB offers a collection of construction-related online journals and e-books which can be accessed anywhere in the world. 
  • Benevolent fund
    If you undergo a period of extreme hardship, the CIOB Benevolent Fund is there for you. We can help with support and financial assistance to those who need it.


How do I become Chartered?

There are many routes to becoming Chartered with CIOB. Whether you’re a graduate, have technical or vocational qualifications or have simply built up years of experience, you can choose the path that best suits you. Find your route here.