Membership

Any person or other legal entity with qualifications that, in the opinion of the Committee, is sufficiently connected with, or interested in, insurance claims preparation and insurance matters, shall be eligible for membership.

Affiliate

A person shall be eligible for elevation to the class of Affiliate Membership when that person

  1. has served as a practising Claims Preparer/ Public Adjuster/ Public Assessor for a minimum of five (5) years; and
  2. the Committee is satisfied that the person holds qualifications that, in the opinion of the Committee, is sufficiently connected with, or interested in, insurance claims preparation and insurance matters

Affiliate Members

  • May use post nominal “IICP (Aff)”
  • May state on business cards and letterhead “Affiliate member of IICP”

Associate

A person shall be eligible for elevation to the class of Associate Membership when that person

  1. holds at least a Degree in a business or insurance claim preparation related field or such other qualification the standard of which the Committee is satisfied is not less than the foregoing requirements; and
  2. has served as an Affiliate member of the Institute for a minimum period of twelve (12) months; and
  3. has served as a practising Claims Preparer/ Public Adjuster/ Public Assessor for a minimum of five (5) years

Associate Members

  • Receive a membership certificate from the Institute;
  • May use the post nominal “AIICP”;
  • Are eligible to vote in general matters concerning the Institute and hold positions on a Committee or the Board.

Fellow:

A person shall be eligible for elevation to the class of Fellow Membership when the person:

  1. has served as an Associate member of the Institute for a minimum period of five (5) years; and
  2. has served as a practising Claims Preparer/ Public Adjuster/ Public Assessor for a minimum period of ten (10) years

Fellow Members:

  • Receive a membership certificate from the Institute;
  • May use the post nominal “FIICP”;
  • Are eligible to vote in general matters concerning the Institute and hold positions on a Committee or the Board.

Life:

The Committee may in its absolute discretion elevate as a Life member a person who:

  1. Has a minimum of 20 years membership of this Institute; and
  2. Has a fellowship of the Institute; and
  3. Has preferably served a minimum period of 10 years on a Committee; and
  4. Has preferably served a minimum period of 5 years on the Board; and
  5. Has made an outstanding contribution to the growth and development of the Institute at all levels; and
  6. Has the unanimous approval of the Committee.

The admission to Life Membership will be limited to a maximum of one person each year.

Life Members:

  • Receive a certificate from the Institute; and
  • Pay no subscription

Only Life members engaged in the occupation of claims preparing will be entitled to vote on general matters relating to the Institute and hold positions on the Committee or the Board.