I am an experienced professional

What can becoming Chartered do for you?

Joining us will boost your career. Chartered Membership gives you the right to add MCIOB after your name, which is respected by employers and organisations worldwide.

 

You'll be able to call yourself either a Chartered Construction Manager or Chartered Builder. And by doing so, clients and colleagues will know your dedication to our industry and recognise that your skills meet the highest international standards.

 

Not only that, but you will gain access to a range of services and benefits that will support you.

Experienced Practitioner Pathway

We know that many people join the construction industry without a degree level qualification, so we have created a tailored pathway to support those members to achieve Chartership. Through this pathway, we will support you through two steps to achieve Chartered Membership. First, you will have help to complete your Chartered Membership Programme (CMP) and then the Chartered membership assessment/exam (Professional Review).

  • Local and international networking events

  • CPD events

  • Online CPD

  • Online library

  • Mentoring

  • Member Newsletters

  • A printed subscription to Construction Management Magazine (UK and Ireland only)

  • Chartered Membership Programme (CMP) course

  • Professional Review; an assessment of your occupational competence, management competence and commitment to professionalism

Qualified & Experienced Practitioner Pathway - Industry Pathway

This pathway was created to streamline the process for members who are ready to achieve Chartered Membership. You could progress through this pathway and be Chartered in three months.

 

To be ready for Chartership, we have some minimum requirements to ensure applicants have the skills and experience needed to pass. For this pathway, members need a degree-level qualification and three years (for a construction-related degree) or five years (for a non-construction-related degree) of construction management experience. You can then progress directly to your Chartered membership assessment/exam (Professional Review).
 

  • Local and international networking events

  • CPD events

  • Online CPD

  • Online library

  • Mentoring

  • Member Newsletters

  • A printed subscription to Construction Management Magazine (UK and Ireland only)

  • Professional Review; an assessment of your occupational competence, management competence and commitment to professionalism

Qualified & Experienced Practitioner Pathway - N/SVQ Pathway

This pathway was created to streamline the process for members who are ready to achieve Chartered Membership. You could progress through this pathway and be Chartered in three months.

 

To be ready for Chartership, we have some minimum requirements to ensure applicants have the skills and experience needed to pass. For this pathway, members need an S/NVQ 7 (or equivalent qualification) and five years of construction management experience. You can then progress directly to your Chartered membership assessment/exam (Professional Review).

  • Local and international networking events

  • CPD events

  • Online CPD

  • Online library

  • Mentoring

  • Member Newsletters

  • A printed subscription to Construction Management Magazine (UK and Ireland only)

  • Professional Review; an assessment of your occupational competence, management competence and commitment to professionalism

Fellowship Pathway

If you work at a strategic level, you could progress higher to Chartered Fellowship. Fellows are among the most experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the construction industry. They are recognised globally for their skills and achievements throughout their career. You could be a Fellow in less than 6 months.

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