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Please note that membership shall commence from the date when the membership application has been approved and membership fees have been received.
If you require more information or would like us to post you a membership application form, please contact us on 0113 242 0048 or email email@example.com
Join today and book a reduced cost training course
For a limited time we’re offering new members of the IMA the chance to book a reduced cost IMA training course.
Join today and you’ll get membership plus a training course place for just:
- £188 for full-time members (usual cost £238)
- £140 for part-time members (usual cost £190)
For full details click here.
Why join the IMA?
“Being a member of the Institute of Money Advisers (IMA) has allowed me to gain a recognised qualification and has ensured my knowledge and skills have remained up-to-date through the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme. I value having access to the Quarterly Account archive when handling complex debt cases and enjoy attending training courses run by the experts in the field.”
Michael Egan MIMA (Cert), Citizens Advice St. Helens
“As the only money adviser in a small social housing setting the IMA provides me with a valuable network of colleagues that I can get advice and support from as well as having access to relevant and up to date training and resources. The CertMAP qualification has given me the confidence and skills to carry out my work effectively, supporting my clients to the best of my ability.”
Katy Burdis AIMA (Cert), Ashton Pioneer Homes
“I believe the IMA is essential for debt advisers. It provides both a forum and a platform for advisers to sustain and develop independent client centred debt advice. It is the only organisation to do this across the sector. It offers us the opportunity as practitioners to potentially affect both policy and practice. It has been invaluable throughout my career, keeping me in touch with other advisers at a regional and national level.”
Steve Quinn MIMA (Cert), Salford City Council Welfare Rights and Debt Advice Service
“Although I am a volunteer it is important to me that the advice I give is of a professional standard. Becoming a member of the IMA enabled me to get a nationally recognised qualification that requires continued training and development to remain certified. This enables me to be more confident about the advice I give as well as demonstrating to my clients that the advice is coming from a qualified adviser.”
Andy Bolam MIMA (Cert), Citizens Advice South Warwickshire