Member registration is on an annual calendar year basis, January to January. If you are renewing your membership under a new category of membership, please use Form 3.
- Registration Form 1 - Membership Renewal Form
- Registration Form 2 - New Member Form
- Registration Form 3 - Member Recategorisation Form
- Registration Form 4 - Trainee Member Form
- Registration Form 5 - Organisation Member Form
- Registration Form 6 - Community Mediation Service Provider Form
- Registration Form 7 - Volunteer Mediator Registration Form
- Registration Form 8 - New Member Volunteer Mediator Registration Form
If your signed, required documents and appropriate fee for registration are received up to 31 January of any year you will be deemed to have registered on 1 January in that year.
While the MII will remind members of their registration requirements, it is the member’s responsibility to register in a timely fashion. The profiles of Members who have not renewed their annual membership by 1 February will be removed from the website without further notice. On issuance of your practising certificate before the end of February your practising certificate will be dated 5 days after your papers are received and your profile will be reinstated and you will not be charged any extra fee. If you fulfil your registration requirements after the end February an administration fee of €50.00 will apply on top of the renewal fee as is the case for new or lapsed members.
Please note, applications will be deemed to have been dealt with 5 working days after receipt.
Registered Certified and Practitioner Members available for work may submit for inclusion in the MII web listing using this form. For inclusion, please complete, sign and return this form by post (signed hardcopy required for data protection) and also forward a digital copy by email to email@example.com. The information contained in the profile must be true and accurate, and you have an ongoing responsibility to ensure the continued accuracy of the information. The MII is not in a position to verity the accuracy of all the information in the profile and therefore cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies. The MII maintains the absolute discretion not to publish some or all of a Member’s submitted profile. In the case of an exercise of this discression, the Member will be notified and may appeal the decision. It is the responsibility of each Member to ensure that the detail in the profile posted on the web site is accurate. Please contact the MII by email if any of the information contained in your published profile is inaccurate. If you would like your picture included with your profile, please forward by email to the MII in the following format: JPG:150 x 225 pixels: 20kb. Note: Inclusion in the web directory is only open to registered Practitioner and Certified Members.