The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 65 (1987) > Issues > Issue 1 > Direct Entry to Associate-Membership (1986 Scheme)
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Direct Entry to Associate-Membership (1986 Scheme)

(1) Following a review of the Associate-Membership grade, conducted in 1985, Council have agreed to the introduction, for a limited time period, of a scheme to enable those who hold suitable minimum academic standards (namely, an HNC or equivalent), are 40 years of age or more, and have 20 years’ experience, to seek proper recognition. It is recognised that many provide a valuable contribution to structural design and practice but are not yet in membership, which is of concern to chartered and technician colleagues.