Student membership is open to any person currently studying part-time or full-time in one of the recognised professions for becoming a registered practitioner. It is not recommended for practising case managers.
Students of subjects that are related to the field of brain injury and/or health or social care may also apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
A copy of the BABICM Competency Framework & Standards, discounted rates to attend BABICM events, training and conferences (including access to further discounted ‘Earlybird’ rates). This membership level also offers you access to the members-only section on the BABICM website to benefit from specialist news, articles and our resources.
1. Please can you complete the online membership application form. This will mean you only need check your details next year at renewal time.
2. Should you wish to pay yearly via standing order, please forward the completed standing order form (available here) to our office address. Please complete section one and sign at the bottom of the form. The BABICM office will complete the rest. If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to contact the BABICM office by clicking here.
3. If you wish to pay via BACs, please quote your existing membership number as reference along with your surname. If you are a new member and / or don’t have a membership number then please contact us so we can provide you with one. Please make BACs transfers to Lloyds Bank Account No: 01197539 Sort Code: 30-15-53. Members making payments via foreign banks or exchanges will be required to pay an additional 20% to cover fees.
4. Although BABICM strives to ensure that all its members work to a high standard, with integrity and in good faith, BABICM is unable to individually monitor every individual at all times. Membership Terms & Conditions