Being a Fellow
Being a Fellow of the Institute is an esteemed position and the ultimate accolade, recognising a level of distinction within your profession. It acknowledges not only your skills, knowledge and experience but also a sustained dedication to the advancement of the industry.
To become a Fellow you will need to demonstrate a high level of knowledge, competence and commitment involving superior responsibility for the conceptual design, management or the execution of important work in a marine related profession.
You should have a record of original or significant contribution to a marine-related profession, sustained over a number of years.
You may also have been awarded recognition for your achievements and should have a commitment to wider professional development and the aims and objectives of the Institute.