RSci Registration

IPEM is able to offer RSci registration to full Members who meet the Science Council competences. Already over 50 IPEM members have taken up this opportunity. See below for some examples.

Registration is not a substitute for regulation but is an important way to mark your professionalism and achievement.  It is a way to demonstrate your commitment to CPD and membership of a professional body.  You will join a growing number of ambitious scientists who aspire to develop in their careers. Employers always look for qualifications and experience – your RSci status offers them a significant, independent benchmark of your position.

Check the documents below and find out how you can apply now!

RSci Registrants - click on a name.


Anil Vara 

David Turner

Phil Fahey 

 Chris Hopkins 


 Daljeet Bilkhoo

 Paul Lee

 Joseph Mutesva


Please read these two documents to help you work out your eligibility for RSci registration:

Science Council Competences

If you are not already a member of IPEM check which category of membership is most appropriate and apply:

Associate Membership

Full Membership

If you are applying for IPEM membership with RSci registration, please forward a membership form along with the RSci competencies form and a CV and Job Description.

RSci Competences Form

If you are already a member of IPEM at any grade with or without RCT registration and feel you meet the above Science Council RSci competences, please forward the RSci competencies form with both your CV and Job Description.

Professional registration via the Science Council

Another route is to apply via the Science Council, who will decide if IPEM is the most appropriate Professional Body to be registered through.

Click here to view the current RSci registration fees. 

Other useful information:

IPEM Code of Professional Conduct

IPEM Governance 

CPD Scheme

If you have any queries please contact the IPEM National office.  Applications should be sent to IPEM's office for the attention of the Membership Services Team.

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