Why Join CIBSE?
With over 20,000 members in 98 countries around the world, CIBSE members belong to a global network of professional support and expertise, working in partnership with other professional bodies, construction and engineering firms worldwide.
Whether your field is energy efficiency, heating and ventilation, lighting, public health, commissioning or facilities management, membership of CIBSE can help support you on a day to day basis and help you develop professionally within the building services industry.
You can join CIBSE as an Affiliate member today. There are no entry qualification rules at this grade and you will get the full benefits of CIBSE membership.
Benefits of CIBSE Membership
Exclusive to CIBSE members, the Knowledge Portal (KP) is a comprehensive reference tool that allows you FREE and unlimited access to search, view online and download the full range of CIBSE published guidance, including all the Guides, Commissioning Codes, Applications Manuals, Technical Memoranda, Lighting Guides, Research Journals and more. The KP also provides links to other publications and to thousands of abstracts of British Standards, carefully selected to be directly relevant to building services engineers.
CIBSE members enjoy FREE subscription to the leading monthly magazine for building services engineers and related professionals internationally. The Journal, launched in February 2009 by CIBSE, provides all the news, analysis, comment, features, technical articles, regulatory advice and learning tools needed by the wide range of professionals working in the built environment. Download the CIBSE Journal app for iPad www.cibsejournal.com/app
Preferential rates available to Members
As a CIBSE member, you are entitled to up to half price off hardcopy publications from CIBSE and other publishers, as well as preferential rates on CIBSE events, conferences and training courses. Take advantage of this when booking a CIBSE Mid Career College Course.
You work hard; CIBSE membership shows other people the commitment you have made to the industry. Corporate grade members are able to use the CIBSE designatory letters to show their professional status. If you are interested in upgrading your membership then do not hesitate to get in touch by email email@example.com or by calling us on +44(0)20 8772 3650.
CIBSE around the world
The Institution is organised on a regional basis – there are 16 regions in the UK and 4 overseas, in the Republic of Ireland, Australia & New Zealand, Hong Kong and the UAE. CIBSE is working closely with country representatives in Canada, People’s Republic of China, Qatar, Singapore and Sri Lanka to further develop CIBSE internationally.
Maintaining your Professional Development
CIBSE offers members full support through education, training and resources, enabling you to progress your career in the right direction. Corporate members are required to maintain their CPD and can update this online at www.cibsecpd.org.uk.
Keep track of the latest developments in the built environment and contribute to CIBSE members’ discussions and debates, through a variety of social media platforms. Follow CIBSE on LinkedIn and Twitter @CIBSE or comment on the President’s Blog.
Countless networking opportunities
CIBSE’s networks, including the Young Engineers Network (YEN) and Women in Building Services Engineering (WiBSE), and Special Interest Groups are available across the world providing support, expertise and an ideal way to meet with other like-minded industry professionals. Members can sign up for FREE to the following Groups online:
Chimney and Flues
Combined Heat and Power
(CHP) & District Heating
Homes for the Future
(IT) & Controls
Young Engineers Network
Free assessment on non-accredited and international qualifications
For CEng, IEng, and EngTech registration with the Engineering Council
CIBSE recognises that many engineers hold non accredited Engineering qualification(s) or have a combination of engineering qualifications which may be equivalent to the educational requirements for CEng registration.
The CIBSE Individual Case Procedure Panel (ICP) can assess qualifications which are not accredited or are non-standard to evaluate whether the academic equivalent for CEng has been achieved. The assessment is based on the Engineering Council’s learning outcomes requirements for an accredited qualification(s) for CEng.
To find out if your qualifications meet the academic standard for CEng registration you can apply for a Qualification Assessment by the ICP. The Panel will be able to advise whether you have achieved the required educational base for CEng, your options for further learning, if applicable and/or if your application for Membership and Registration will follow the Alternative Route to CEng MCIBSE.
CIBSE will be happy to advise you on an individual basis if you provide full details of your qualifications to date by completing a Qualification Assessment Form.