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Your CSP subscription helps to fund key services such as public liability insurance, CPD resources and enables the Society to undertake work to advance the profession.

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2017 subscription rates

Description Annual payment - cheque or direct debit Monthly instalments - direct debit
  Cost Grade Cost Grade
Qualified member working £341.40 B £28.45 BI
Qualified member teaching in higher education £255.00 BE £21.25 BEI
Qualified member on a career break /non-working £157.20 C £13.10 CI
Permanently retired qualified or associate member – due to retirement age or ill-health paying annually by DD or cheque £57.48 E n/a n/a
Qualified member practising outside the UK £213.48 Q £17.79 QI
Associate member £106.32 A £8.86 AI

 

Please note that non-member students have to pay a one-off full member registration fee on graduation of £195, compared with £20 for graduating member students. You can reduce the fee you need to pay by joining as a student member before you graduate.

Also: qualified members who lapse and rejoin have to pay a £20 re-registration fee.

And don't forget – if you are in physiotherapy related employment you can reduce your subscription fee by claiming income tax relief on your highest rate of tax. Applying is quick and easy if you use our guidance.

2016 subscription rates

Description Annual payment - cheque or direct debit Monthly instalments - direct debit
  Cost Grade Cost Grade
Qualified member working £338.04 B £28.17 BI
Qualified member teaching in higher education £252.48 BE £21.04 BEI
Qualified member on a career break /non-working £155.64 C £12.97 CI
Permanently retired qualified or associate member – due to retirement age or ill-health paying annually by DD or cheque £56.88 E n/a n/a
Qualified member practising outside the UK £211.32 Q £17.61 QI
Associate member £105.24 A £8.77 AI

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Last reviewed

20 October 2016
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