Which membership is right for me?

There are six levels of different membership types:

Associate: This is the usual enrolment level for all those first joining the society, although experienced practitioners can enter directly as a Member.

Member: Progression to Member status can be achieved by completing the membership upgrade scheme. Members are entitled to the post-nominal of M.E.P.S (Member of the Emergency Planning Society).

Fellow: The EPS invites some Members to become fellows. They are entitled to the post-nominal of F.E.P.S (Fellow of the Emergency Planning Society).

Student: Applicable to individuals who are in full-time study related to the field of emergency planning.

Retired: Members, on retirement, may apply to transfer to the category of Retired member, and can obtain their post-nominal.

Honorary: Honorary membership may be granted by the Board of Directors to any person whose contribution to the objectives of the Society has merited such recognition.

Voting rights within the EPSResilience magazineHold office - at branch levelHold office - national levelCPD schemePost nominal
Associate
Member
Student
Retired
Fellow
Honorary