Application for membership of the College of Foot Health is open to Foot Health Practitioners
Application for membership of The College of Foot Health is open to Foot Health practitioners who can demonstrate a level of recognised training, practice and ethics that meet the high standards required.
Successful graduates of the College of Foot Health’s (CFH) course may apply for and be granted full Practitioner Membership of the College, which carries with it the right to apply for the Colleges own excellent Practitioner indemnity insurance which is essential in today’s litigious Health Care environment. Recognised indemnity insurance is mandatory for Practitioner Members.
Practitioner membership carries with it recognition by the Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (IOCP), one of the UK’s foremost and oldest professional bodies for registered Podiatrists and Podiatric Surgeons. Practitioner membership will allow you to attend branch meetings of the IOCP and network with their specialists of all levels, as well as enjoy other privileges normally only available to IOCP podiatrists
Terms and Conditions of membership
Membership of the College of Foot Health is granted at the absolute discretion of the Membership Committee.
Membership is not an automatic right, it is a benefit for members who adhere to our reasonable rules and treat other members, staff and partners with respect. We may, in the event of misuse of membership, using reasonable discretion, decide to suspend or terminate your membership at any time. Failure to pay membership fees is not the only reason to terminate membership, conduct and misuse of membership can also lead to that result, such as, but is not limited to, behaviour which is troublesome or shows lack of respect towards fellow members, staff, or partners; criminal actions; or actions which are generally perceived to be immoral, unethical or contrary to the College’s membership rules. In the event of an application being declined or membership being terminated no correspondence will be entered into.