ICCM Corporate Membership – Working in the best interests of Burial & Cremation Authorities and Companies
In January 2005 the membership of the Institute voted overwhelmingly for the introduction of a Corporate arm. Similarly, the membership of the Confederation of Burial Authorities (CBA) voted to merge into ICCM Corporate. The aim of the new structure of the Institute is to provide a single voice to represent the industry.
In more recent times the Association of Burial Authorities (ABA) also took the decision to merge with the Institute.
Those providing cemeteries and/or crematoria can download the Corporate Membership Application Form
Manufacturers and suppliers may become members of ICCM Corporate. Download the Associate Corporate Membership application form here.
The Institute has also formulated a Code of Practice for Corporate Members.
A single fee per authority / company and not per crematorium /cemetery – Representing Best Value
Burial and/or Cremation Authority / Company – £455.00 (includes 2 free Professional membership places)
Town or Parish Council – £95.00
Associate Member – £160.00 (Open to suppliers of goods and services to cemeteries and crematoria)
Representation at Government level providing a single united voice.
Democratically elected Board to serve your interest.
A right to stand for election to the Board.
Ballots of membership prior to change.
Access to support, help and advice from full-time officers (Diploma Qualified).
Reduced rates for the annual Learning Convention.
Best Practice Guidance and information on a vast range of subjects.
4 quarterly copies of The Journal.
Access to accredited training and educational initiatives for your staff.
Reduced rates for short training events.
Access to branch meetings to discuss common problems with like-minded people.Board reports posted in the Member’s area.
An editable entry for your service(s) on the Bereavement Services Portal.
E-Newsletters designed to keep you up to speed.
Authorities and companies now have access to Institute membership benefits and can have a direct say in steering the industry forward. Applications forms for both Corporate members and Associate Corporate members are available as downloads, or by contacting the ICCM National Office.
Corporate members are those authorities and companies that provide burial and/or cremation facilities directly to the bereaved. Associate Corporate members are those companies and organisations that provide ancillary services such as manufacturers and suppliers. Associate Corporate members have no voting rights and cannot stand for election to the Board of Directors.