Join the UK's professional body for Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability practitioners.
We have membership options for both individuals and organisations.
Benefits of Membership
Stay current on trends, grow your network of peers, develop your skills, and gain recognition for your expertise.
As the UK's professional body for CRS practitioners, our membership reflects the wide breadth of practitioners, from students and academics to consultants and in-house practitioners from large and small organisations.
- Benchmark your CRS skillset using our competency framework
- Access our library of resources
- Network with peers through regional Hub events
- Attend our annual flagship event, The Exchange
- One-on-one support through the Mentoring Programme
- Access the online CPD logging system to track your development
- Work towards recognition for your expertise through our Fellowship level of membership
Self-assess your skills against the ICRS Competency Framework
Gain recognition for your expertise through Fellowship
Attend our events to stay up to date, network, and share best practice with peers
Apply for our popular mentoring programme
Network with peers in your area through our regional Hubs programme
We have two levels of membership: Member and Fellow.
Membership lasts 12 months, and we will remind you by email as your renewal date approaches.
We welcome everyone inside and outside the UK, and there are no academic or professional requirements.
Many resources are available online, so wherever you are in the world, we hope you will find plenty of helpful support for your career.
To apply and be awarded Fellowship, you must use and meet the following criteria:
- Have high levels of professional CRS experience and competence, as set out in our Competency Framework
- Spend at least 75% of their working time on CRS
- Have at least five years' professional CRS experience in the last eight years or three years in the previous five with a relevant master's degree or PhD
Membership is free for students in any discipline if they are in full-time education, including apprenticeships on accredited schemes.
Students are required to provide proof of current educational status.