Before you begin your application please take a few moments to consider which membership type to apply for.    As well as the information supplied in the boxes below we have created a criteria of membership flowchart to help you make the correct choice of membership.  CMSUK strives to be as inclusive a membership organisation as it can be but in a way that protects public wellbeing and adheres to our Articles of Association & Membership Rules documentation.  To view the Criteria of Membership Flowchart, please CLICK HERE.  

If you decided to apply for either Case Manager or Associate membership, please ensure that you have the following information to hand in order to complete all sections of your application:


Practising Case Manager Memberships:

Before you commence your application for either Case Manager or Associate membership please make sure you have evidence of the following:

  • Details of your clinical or vocational qualifications relating to your case management practice.
  • Details of your professional bodies relating to your case management practice (ie NMC, HCPC, etc etc) where appropriate.
  • Contact information of 2 referees (either both professional or one professional, one personal).
  • Details of your case management work history including employment details and dates.
  • Date of most recent DBS check.
  • Confirmation of professional indemnity insurance.

Case Manager Membership

In addition to the above, Case Manager members need to be able to demonstrate a minimum of 24 months or 2500 hours of experience specifically in case management.

Associate Membership

Associate members do not need to have worked a specific number of case management hours. Upgrade to Case Manager membership can be applied for once the required experience level has been achieved.


To view Benefits of Membership please CLICK HERE.


Non-practising memberships:

Supporter

Supporter membership is for people who do not practice Case Management but work either in a supportive or managerial role within the industry. All normal Benefits of Membership apply.

Overseas

Overseas membership is for any existing or new member case manager not currently practising within the UK. All normal Benefits of Membership apply but the nominal fee of £20 acknowledges that some benefits are unlikely to be utilised. Overseas membership allows for the possibility of upgrade to a UK practising case manager membership if the standard criteria are met. CMSUK does not hold responsibility for practice of Case Management outside the UK.

Student

Student membership is relevant for people undertaking courses relevant to case management. All normal Benefits of Membership apply. The possibility of upgrade to a UK practising case manager membership becomes available if the standard criteria are met.

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