Membership Categories


1. Full Member

A member who has met the membership eligibility requirements and been approved by the relevant State Committee and the National Board.

To be eligible for membership, applicants must be currently employed full or part time within Support Services in the Health or Aged Care Industry, the person may also be studying Hospitality Management or may have association with the same.


2. Healthcare Network Member

A person who has an association with Support Services in the Health or Aged Care Industry. For example: A Food Technologist, Dietitian, Health Surveyor or other professional persons providing services similar to a Healthcare facility.
 

3. Affiliate Member

Members who have left the Healthcare Industry and previously held a professional category of membership within the Institute and wish to remain a member. The period of Affiliate membership will be determined by the National Board after application; but will not be more than two years. Affiliate members will be eligible to return to their previous category of membership on return to full-time or part time employment within the Hotel Services area of a Healthcare Facility. To apply for membership in this category, please email us.
 

4. Honorary Member

The National Board shall by unanimous decision of its members have the power to elect a person to Honorary Membership.
 

5. Fellow Member

A member who has been invited to take up this grading by the National Board in recognition of service to Support Services in the Healthcare or Aged Care Industry.
 

6. Life Member

The National Board shall by unanimous resolution of its members, have the power to elect as a Life Member such person as in its opinion is deserving of recognition for service to the Institute.
 

Flexible Invoicing

Corporate membership is available as follows:

  • 5 to 9 members from the same organisation in the same state will receive 5% membership reduction in cost
  • 10 or more members from the same organisation in the same state will receive 10% reduction in cost