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Our register is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority. As a registered member of the Society you will be able to display the accredited register quality mark.
We are also confident you will find our registration and membership package the best value on the market!
There are no hidden costs – the membership fee includes a comprehensive insurance package and you can choose to pay monthly or quarterly by direct debit at no extra charge.
a one off registration fee of £65
(or £95 if you qualified from a Society recognised course before 2004)
a special introductory annual membership fee of £244 including insurance cover
fees can be paid in instalments either monthly or quarterly at no extra charge)
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