Membership Renewals

As UK-SBA membership runs for a 12 month term, membership dues must be renewed yearly to remain an active member of the Society.

All members agree at the point of renewal to abide by the UK-SBA Code of Ethical and Professional Conduct and the
UK-SBA Complaints Procedure.  Behaviour analytic practitioners must hold appropriate insurance cover, a current Disclosure, i.e. a DBS for England and Wales, Access NI for Northern Ireland and Disclosure Scotland and an up-to-date record of Safeguarding training.

Please note anybody renewing from a Full, Associate and Affiliate member will need to attach evidence to their account to demonstrate that they have completed at least six hours of Continuing Professional Development (six CPD units) during their last term of membership as per the conditions of membership.
For a detailed list of applicable CPDs please visit our guide to Continuing Professional Development Guidance Routes.

If you are due to renew but your qualifications and/or experience has changed please refer to our
UK-SBA Membership Grid for a summary of the membership categories, requirements and registration fees.

Once your membership renewal is approved you will be able to download your membership badge with your renewed membership end date.  To be fully approved a registrant must have completed their account in full and provided all required supporting evidence. You can use your membership badge on your signature, email and marketing materials to show you are UK-SBA registered.  Please see the UK-SBA Registered Badge Guidelines for full terms and conditions of usage of the badge.

 

All you need to do to renew your membership is login as normal and click on the renew button and follow the on screen instructions.  We have made the renewal process as easy as possible but for full guidance of how to renew your existing UK-SBA membership please click on the page link below.  Here you will find a full and detailed guide to completing the renewal process.

Renewing UK-SBA Membership: Queries and Guidance

 

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