PROCEDURE FOR ASSESSING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP
Assessment: ABP’s Membership Portfolio Committee will assess new applications for membership and make recommendations to the ABP Board for approval or otherwise
Approval: The ABP Board will respond to your application as soon as possible by e-mail.
The criteria for ABP membership are prescribed in clause 8.3 of ABP’s Constitution. These are included in the details to be completed in the Application Form. Your application will be submitted to the Board for consideration and you will be notified in writing, whether your application has been successful.
Your membership application will be assessed by the ABP Membership Portfolio Committee.
In terms of the Constitution of the ABP, Point 8.10.3, the Board is responsible for admission or termination of membership.
An acceptance letter and invoice will then be issued. Upon receipt of full payment, a Membership Certificate will be issued.
Kindly contact the ABP office for more information on membership fees.
ABP’s membership is a calendar year 01 January – 31 December.
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