This section of the site is designed to help you get the most from your CIPR membership. You'll find links to member-only content that will help you at work, support your learning and development and keep you up-to-date with the latest CIPR news.
Have your membership number ready as you'll need to log in for access to member-only areas.
You'll find a red letter 'M' wherever member content appears.
If you are not currently a CIPR member, gain access to the full range of member benefits by joining today.
All members receive a complimentary subscription to PRWeek.com. To action this we send your email address to PRWeek so that they can contact you with your subscriber and log in details. If you haven't received your log in information for PRWeek.com, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership welcome pack
If you're new to membership of the CIPR, download our membership welcome pack for all the details needed to start accessing your member benefits. It is a handy resource for renewing members, too, with quick links and advice on everything from managing your membership and CPD, to keeping connected with your CIPR groups.
Download Membership welcome pack (PDF format, opens in a new window)
Free online training
CIPR members have access to a library of more than 30 pre-recorded webinars. Log in and learn! Each webinar is worth five CPD points.
Case studies, skills guides and toolkits
- Case studies
Featuring award-winning campaigns, our collection of case studies demonstrates rigorous planning, creativity and measurement and evaluation.
- Skills guides
Our pragmatic skills guides are written by our members and cover everything from broadcast terminology to selling-in your story and account management. Gain five CPD points for each one you read.
- Best practice guides and toolkits
We produce a range of best practice guides and toolkits for the benefit of the public relations profession including our recently launched Innovation and creativity toolkit.
Your CPD record is evidence of everything you have done in the year to improve your knowledge and skills. Don't forget to visit My CPD regularly to log your points.
Stay in touch with your CIPR groups through our dedicated group pages. For each group, you'll also find Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook details so you can follow their updates online.
Connect with other CIPR members and view your public profile page via the member directory. View members by geographical location or search for a member by surname or company name.
Manage your membership
- Update your details
Visit My CIPR at any time to edit your profile. Tell us when you move home or job, or change your privacy and marketing preferences.
- Renew your membership
If your membership is due to lapse, renew quickly and simply by phone or online. You'll need your membership invoice to hand if renewing online.
- Upgrade your membership
Don't forget that your membership grade reflects your qualifications and experience so you can upgrade as your career develops. Upgrade online as soon as you fulfil the relevant entry criteria.
If you would like to contact us to discuss your membership, here's how: