Share Your Expertise As A Distinguished Fellow – (FInstCPD)

Fellow Of The Institute - iCPD

Are you a senior professional who has significant experience in an industry or profession?

If you are, you have the opportunity to be recognised for your expertise and enjoy being part of an elite network.

Eligibility Criteria:

Have over 10 years professional experience AND continuously seek to maintain high professional standards


A degree, or a post-graduate / professional qualification AND are registered with a professional body or institute whereby you are regularly undertaking CPD


Have had a membership with the Institute of CPD as a “Member MInstCPD” for a minimum of 5 years

Post Nominals: FInstCPD

CPD Hours: Mandatory 30 hours per annum

Fee: FREE FOR 1ST YEAR then £149 per annum

Who is Fellow for?

Originally for individuals who are a member of a professional institute, today this criteria has been widened to welcome those who may have a different professional path and have contributed significantly to the learning of others.

Important Information:

Please note that applicants for Fellowship status will be required to provide details of their date of birth, and membership number of their professional institute or regulator.

Please note:

Membership of the institute awards individuals with post nominals and to recognise a commitment to lifelong and continual learning. It does not acknowledge a business or training organisation as a CPD approved provider. All membership badges therefore, must not be used as an endorsement to award CPD points or certification to delegates, nor be marketed in a way that contravenes the recognition of the individual. 

If you are a provider seeking independent accreditation for your learning activities, please visit our official CPD accreditation partner

“‘The world of work is changing so fast that we all need to continue learning and developing new skills if we are to be competitive, effective and successful.

Being a member of the Institute of CPD shows that you understand that and are committed to giving your best.’” Lord Bichard