7 steps for CIMA registration
Detailed Information On CIMA exam registration fee
- Online applicationInformation required from applicantScreen 1:
Practising under another bodyMembers can notify CIMA if they already hold a practising certificate with another body, and intend to practice under their regulations. Members practising under another body are not required to complete any further application screens.
- Screen 2:
Contact detailsSupply contact and practice details (practice name and full address is required).
- Screen 3:
Work history screen1. Upload CV using CIMA’s prescribed format (more info below).Outline skills gaps and how they are intended to be addressed. Also briefly outline the plans for the practice – e.g. what is the practice venture setting out to do? Assessors need to understand this so they can assess your application. Please include the business structure (sole practitioner, partnership or limited company).Supply two valid referees.
- Screen 4:
Practice requirements screenIndicate the type of work the practice will undertake (functional specialisms), while providing supporting evidence of how you are qualified or experienced to provide services. A current copy of professional indemnity insurance for the practice must be uploaded. Confirm a continuity agreement is in place and submit continuity partner details.
- Screen 5:
Practice documentation screenUpload completed **anti-money laundering annual return. Confirm compliance with CIMA’s mandatory requirements.
**CIMA reviews the annual return once you have submitted your application, so you may be contacted by CIMA with guidance or a request for further information on your AML/CTF annual review.
- Screen 6:
Declarations screen1. Confirm compliance with CIMA’s regulations.
2. Agree to terms and conditions for use of CIMA’s member in practice logo.
- Screen 7:
Payment screenPay current member in practice annual fee.
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