Additional Costs When Studying CIPD
Throughout the course of your CIPD studies, there will be some additional costs that you’ll want to plan for, including:
The total cost of membership is dependent on whether you're a first time member, looking to re-join, renewing your membership, or upgrading to a different grade of membership, such as the Associate or Chartered Membership.
To study your course and submit your assignments, however, first and foremost you’ll first need to have a Student Membership with the CIPD.
This incurs an annual fee, so if you’re studying a course that lasts longer than a year then you’ll need to pay a renewal fee. In return, however, you’ll get access to an abundance of excellent online resources and factsheets that will support and enhance your studies at every stage
The annual cost of a CIPD Student Membership is currently £144 in total, and their membership year generally runs from 1st July to 30th June.
Many HR professionals find their membership to be an extremely useful resource, as it allows them to access expert guidance on HR and employment law, attend networking events and local CIPD groups, and continue their professional development.
When you enrol on a CIPD course with us, you won't have to worry about workshop fees, though some other online CIPD providers include workshops as part of their courses, and these can either be an optional or mandatory part of gaining your qualification.
The cost of a workshop can vary greatly, as the duration and course content involved will be set out by the learning provider - so these fees are something to look out for when shopping for the qualification that best suits your budget.