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If you are studying on any higher or further education programme, part or full-time, designed to lead to a career in Architectural Technology, student membership is free for the duration of your studies.

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If you are self employed as a sole practitioner, principal, partner, director, LLP member or freelancing, offering/providing services directly to clients (whether paid or not) or you are giving guidance or services to friends, family or others, you will need to join as a profile candidate student. Please contact membership@ciat.org.uk for further information.

If you have a recognised qualification within the built environment then you can apply as an Associate member. If you are self employed as a sole practitioner, principal, partner, director, LLP member or freelancing, offering/providing services directly to clients (whether paid or not) or you are giving guidance or services to friends, family or others, you will need to join as a profile candidate.

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If you are self-employed or without a formal qualification or have an unrecognised qualification then you must apply as a profile candidate.
If you are self employed as a sole practitioner, principal, partner, director, LLP member or freelancing, offering/providing services directly to clients (whether paid or not) or you are giving guidance or services to friends, family or others, you will need to join as a profile candidate type B and register your practice by completing a practice profile form for profile candidates.  Please contact membership@ciat.org.uk for further information.

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Once you have joined as an Associate member or profile candidate, you can progress your membership and to find out how, click here.

If you previously held either qualification, please contact membership@ciat.org.uk for details on how to re-join.

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