Why become a member of CIEH?
Join over 7,000 environmental health professionals today and access exclusive career-enhancing benefits.
We have been the voice of environmental health since 1883. Join over 7,000 professionals who are all benefiting from our professional development, career support and networking opportunities. Whether you work in the private, public or third sector, we’re here for you.
If you’re just starting out in environmental health or looking to become Professionally Registered, we have a membership grade that will work for you. With annual subscription fees starting from just £65, join us today.
As a CIEH member*, your post-nominal letters (such as MCIEH) will indicate your professional commitment and integrity to colleagues and employers. You’ll also be eligible to access our pathways to Professional Registration to further demonstrate your skills and competence, while our CPD scheme* will help you shape your career plans and future development.
Our award-winning EHN magazine will provide you with the opinions and best practice from the world of environmental health, while our weekly Member Connect e-newsletter ensures you’ll hear the latest news and developments. Meanwhile our mentoring scheme will match you with an experienced peer who can help you steer the right course in your career.
CIEH membership can save you up to £100 when booking places on our conference and events programme, with further discounts available on our in-house-training courses*. Our programme of free-to-members webinars provides opportunities to learn about new subjects. In addition, members also access our price-matched professional indemnity insurance scheme and a free legal helpline. And for a limited time only, we’ve partnered with leading publisher Routledge to offer all members 25% off a range of environmental health books – visit the MYCIEH portal to access the discount code.
Members can access a powerful and supportive network of fellow environmental health professionals and experts. With our sector-specific communities, you can make valuable connections across specialist areas and join our dedicated online 'Coffee and catch-up' sessions to learn and connect with fellow professionals. Our volunteering scheme will also enable you to give something back to the profession, and include opportunities to act as a mentor or career ambassador.
We work hard for our members on the issues that matter in environmental health, actively calling for positive change and raising awareness of the profession. We regularly seek your insights to inform our policy and campaigns and ensure that we’re addressing the things you care about most. Together, we help set the national agenda for environmental health
*excluding Affiliate and Student grades.