Members can pay subscriptions, modify their handbook entry and other administrative details
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New Members Application
- A potential new member should visit the Membermojo website by going to ‘membermojo.co.uk/rcea’ and clicking the “Join us/Renew” button.
- The applicant will then receive an email from Membermojo (to the address from which the contact was made) requesting confirmation that the application was made by the applicant.
- When this is confirmed the applicant will be given access to the application form and must complete any fields marked as ‘required’ on the form’. Please try and fill in as much as you can. Guidance notes are included under some fields.
- Tick any Accept termsfields, and then click Next.
- Applicant should now check that the entries are correct and then click “Checkout”.
- The application will then be forwarded to the RCEA Membership Secretary for approval (or to seek additional information).
- Members joining after 1 January will still be charged the full £25 (£10 to join, £15 annual subscription), but will then not be charged a sub again until August the following year.
The above assumes that the potential new Member has an email address and access to the Internet. If this is not the case, said applicant should write to the Membership Secretary, RCEA Worthing, Claytons, BN5 9TJ. The Membership Secretary will then return a paper application form by post. When the form is duly completed and returned, said secretary will process the application on behalf of said new Member
The current fee is £25.00 (£10.00 joining fee and £15.00 annual subscription).
1. The name shall be:
An Association for Retired Professional Engineers
2. The objects of the Association shall be:
(a) To bring together retired Professional Engineers, and, by lectures and visits to local engineering works, maintain links with developments in engineering technology.
(b) To promote good fellowship for the members and their partners by social gatherings and outings.
3. The Association is based in Sussex.
3.1 Full membership is offered to retired (or part retired) professional engineers, the term ‘professional’ being defined for the purposes of this rule, as a Professionally Registered Engineer to include a Charted Engineer, an Incorporated Engineer, an Engineering Technician and an ICT Technician or an engineer who has held a senior professional post in an engineering environment. Persons not meeting the above requirements may apply to join as Associates.
3.2 Applications to become Associates must be proposed and seconded by two full members of RCEA who will be required to confirmthat the applicant has had a professional career (not necessarily in engineering) and has a significant interest in the engineering activities of RCEA. Associates will pay the same subscription and have all the benefits of full members, but will not be entitled to vote on any matters considered at the AGM. Associates may not be elected to the Committee, but may be co-opted when invited by the Committee.
4. There shall be an entrance fee of £10.00.
Subscriptions for each year become due on October 1st. The subscription for each year shall be determined at the Committee Meeting of the Association held in the previous August.
Members whose membership has been continuous for 21 years shall become life members and will be entitled to a reduced annual membership subscription.
5. The Officers
shall consist of President, Vice-President, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Assistant Secretary, Hon. Membership Secretary, Hon. Minute Secretary. Hon. Treasurer and Hon. Assistant Treasurer. The Officers shall be elected annually at the Annual General Meeting, and may offer themselves for re-election. Nominations for Officers shall reach the Hon. Secretary by the 31st July each year. The Vice President shall usually become the next President.
The Committee shall consist of the Officers, and a further four members, one of whom shall retire annually in rotation, and, being eligible, may offer themselves for re-election at the Annual General Meeting.
A quorum shall consist of four members of the Committee including at least two officers.
In all votes the President or such person deputising for the President shall also have a casting vote where the votes are equal and shall exercise it in such a way as to preserve the status quo, wherever possible.
The Committee shall have power to appoint an Officer or member of the Committee should any vacancy occur during the year.
6. The Committee
and members of the Association and each of them expressly disclaim any liability to each other or to third parties for the accuracy or reliability of the contents of any lecture, talk, display, document, promotional material or other advice howsoever provided or acquired. Furthermore the Association accepts no responsibility for any injury or loss or inconvenience caused to Members or their partners in consequence of any meeting or visit arranged on their behalf.
7. The Annual General Meeting
shall take place in September.
8. The accounts
shall be audited by one member who is not a member of the Committee and who shall be elected annually at the Annual General Meeting. The financial year shall end on July 31st and the audited accounts shall be presented at the Annual General Meeting.
can be altered only at the Annual General Meeting and notice of any proposed alteration shall reach the Hon. Secretary at least one month before the Meeting.
10. Data Security
By the act of paying their subscription, Members accept that personal data submitted on the Application form, or subsequently, shall be used by the RCEA wholly for the purposes of the RCEA. It will be password protected, with said password only available to Members of the Committee. At any time a Member may request deletion of any or all of his details from either the database or the Handbook. If total deletion is requested the Member will thereby cease membership of the Association. A paper record will then be kept of his or her name, address, and dates of joining and leaving the Association.
11. Personal Data
In compliance with GDPR legislation, Members may request of the Membership Secretary a list of all personal data that the Association holds on him/her. The association must provide this within 30 days of receiving the written request.
12. A copy
of the Rules shall be supplied to each member.