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Find the right membership level for you

Membership of the Society of Insurance Broking is free for all Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) members in related professions. By becoming a member of the CII and part of the Society you’ll unlock access to a community of practice that is helping raise the levels of professional knowledge and technical competence in the profession.

For a detailed breakdown of fees visit UK membership fees.

Before you apply, check on the CII website to see if any qualifications you hold are eligible for recognition of prior learning as this may affect your membership level.

Not qualified

You’ve not started studying yet, or you’re studying towards your first CII qualification.

Level Overview/criteria Fee (UK)
Discover membership Free scheme for teachers and students   Free
Ordinary membership Entry-level membership, no qualification requirements

Yearly: £80
Monthly: £6.66
Admission fee: £37


A series of levels to recognise your learning and experience.

Level Overview/criteria Fee (UK)
Certificate For holders of CII Certificate level qualifications

Yearly: £130
Monthly: £10.83
Admission fee: £37

Diploma For holders of the CII Diploma in Insurance

Yearly: £175
Monthly: £14.58
Admission fee: £37

Advanced Diploma For holders of CII Advanced Diploma in Insurance

Yearly: £185
Monthly: £15.41
Admission fee: £37

Fellow For holders of CII Fellowship, the CII’s highest membership level

Yearly: £205
Monthly: £17.08
Admission fee: £37

Chartered For holders of the CII Advanced Diploma or Fellowship with at least five years' sector experience (not necessarily post qualification)

Yearly: £230
Monthly: £19.16
Admission fee: £37

Support for members

Find out about the help our support schemes can provide when your circumstances change.

Membership obligations

Before applying you should fully understand your obligations as a member.