Our preferred payment method for AHRI membership and renewal fees is online through our secure payment system using a credit card. AHRI accepts Visa, MasterCard, Diners or American Express. You can also pay by phone (03 9918 9230) by providing your credit card details, by cheque made payable to AHRI or by EFT payment.
Alternatively, for selected member categories, AHRI offers the opportunity to pay for membership in quarterly instalments via direct debit - for more information on this payment method, please contact us on (03) 9918 9230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will no longer have cover under the policy if you let your AHRI membership lapse. AHRI ProCover only provides protection to financial professional members of AHRI. If you fail to renew your membership on time, the cover ceases.
Please bear in mind that if you require a professional indemnity policy to continue to cover past HR activities, you need to keep renewing your membership to ensure the cover remains in place. AHRI professional membership is a cost effective way of keeping you covered compared with the cost of a standard professional indemnity insurance policy.
Post-nominal letters (also known as designatory letters) are a set of letters that are included after your name to indicate your qualifications, honours or accreditation.
AHRI professional members are able to include their AHRI membership level as a post-nominal. This is a short-hand way of indicating to others that you have been assessed by AHRI and have achieved a particular membership level based on this assessment.
AHRI encourages all professional members who are entitled to use post-nominals to do so, thus proudly demonstrating your professional standing and credibility, and improve your career prospects. Post-nominal letters are typically included on business cards, resumes and CVs and are increasingly being included in email signatures.
You may use more than one post-nominal after your name. Here are two examples:
1) Jane Smith PhD, FAHRI (Jane has a PhD and is a Fellow of AHRI).
2) John Smith BBus (HRMgt)Hons, MAHRI (John has a Bachelor of Business in HR Management with honours, and is a professional member of AHRI).
Learn more about post-nominals
CPD stands for continuing professional development. All professional members (Graduate, MAHRI, CAHRI and Fellow) are required to complete CPD. CPD points for formal activities completed through AHRI are recorded online for you. For other activities completed externally, you can log in to your CPD recording tool to plan and record your CPD activities.
AHRI recommends that you update your CPD record on a monthly basis, but you may choose to update your record more regularly.
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The reciprocal agreement between AHRI and CIPD allows members to apply for the equivalent membership level. It does not, however, provide formal recognition of any qualification completed to obtain your CIPD membership.
Read more about the CIPD reciprocity agreement
Yes, however in most cases you can claim CPD points for the same activity with both associations.
Read about CPD points
You can update your details in several ways:
- Login to your member profile on the website,
- Return your HRM magazine cover sheet with your new address to us,
- Update your details on your renewal form when you renew your membership, or
- Call 03 9918 9230 to speak to a Member Career Partner or email your updated details to email@example.com
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Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to advise of a change of name and we will update your details for you.
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Membership is for 12 months from the date of application or renewal. Your renewal date is rounded to the closest end of the month. For example, If you apply on or before 15 November, your renewal date is 31 October in the following year; or if you apply after 15 November your renewal date will be 30 November.
As of 1 January 2018 AHRI will no longer be admitting new, lapsed, rejoining or upgrading applicants to the CAHRI membership level. If you have a current CAHRI membership, you will be able to retain this level of AHRI membership in perpetuity, as long as your membership remains current into the future and you continue to meet your CPD obligations.
View online the full terms and conditions of your membership.
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