Registered membership is open to all members who demonstrate a recognised level of expertise within occupational health. Registered membership what you need to know
Standard membership is open to practicing members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
International Membership is open to qualified physiotherapists working and registered by their governing body in other countries and to CSP members working abroad.
Associate Membership is available to qualified health professionals working in the field of occupational health and ergonomics including (but not limited to) occupational therapists, registered general nurses, occupational physicians, graduate ergonomists, Chiropractors and student physiotherapists - such membership being at the Executive’s discretion. Associate members must have equivalent health/professional/association membership.
Corporate Membership - Just a reminder that corporate membership to ACPOHE was introduced by the committee last year. It is for larger organisations that employ 5 or more occupational health physiotherapists and gives a 20% discount. However, organisations taking corporate membership will need to demonstrate that they have achieved or are working towards SEQOHS accreditation. To do this please send the organisations name, and list of employed physios to become ACPOHE members to Tracy Long.
Annual Standard Membership is £50 for UK and £65 for overseas members.
From 6 April Registered membership is £50
Associate membership is £50
Receive monthly ACPOHE e-newsletters
Receive the ACPOHE journal 3 times a year
Access to the Member Zone of the ACPOHE website. This contains:
- Guidance documents
- Resources to support CPD, including reading list and links
- ACPOHE annual pay and grading scales
- Recent ACPOHE journals
- Lists of relevant educational opportunities in the UK
Reduced rates for ACPOHE courses and conferences
Access to regional CPD groups.
Advice on request for issues within the fields of Occupational Health and Ergonomics.
Benefit from the work of ACPOHE in promoting occupational health physiotherapy to employers, other health care professionals and the general public.