Admissions to associate membership

Spring 2020 admissions ceremony

In line with public health advice, Chartered Accountants Ireland are cancelling and postponing all onsite events in our premises in Dublin and Belfast. Our priority is the health and wellbeing of our participants, speakers, staff, and all other visitors to our buildings, so we are postponing all scheduled onsite events until 29 March in the first instance. This means that your conferring ceremony has been postponed for now, and our aspiration will be to reschedule. We will continue to monitor the situation and await further official public health guidance and advice and act accordingly. 

 Admission to Membership 

The next two closing dates for receipt of applications to our office are:

  • 21 April 2020
  • 28 May 2020

How do I apply for membership?

  1. When you are eligible to join you will receive an email from the Institute to apply for membership. When you have received this, and if your CA Diary is complete, you can move to the next step. 
  2. Login to My Account
  3. Select Membership Application from menu on left.
  4. Review/update contact details.
  5. Select Training and CA Diary details and print the CA Diary final training review pdf.
  6. Select Submit Application and print the application form.
  7. Select pay to make payment with credit/debit card.
  8. Post in your printed hard copy application and CA Diary final training review (signed off by your training partner/member of the Institute) to:

Rose Cotter
Admissions to membership
Chartered Accountants House
Chartered Accountants Ireland
47/49 Pearse Street
Dublin 2

For admission to membership queries contact admissions@charteredaccountants.ie - 01 637 7261

For CA Diary queries contact trainingsupport@charteredaccountants.ie - 01 637 7325

Membership certificates: lost, stolen or damaged

Please contact conferrings@charteredaccountants.ie to request a duplicate certificate.

 

Admissions FAQs

If you have any queries regarding your application, please refer to the Admissions FAQs.

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