What are the benefits of becoming a member of ICA?

Being a member of the ICA not only helps you to remain at the forefront of your profession but also provides resources to help you manage your ongoing career.

We provide knowledge, guidance, information and practical skills to continually improve your personal capability as well as your firm’s performance, so that you are better placed to face challenges now and in the future. 

The table below provides the full list of member benefits for each membership level.

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Associate (AICA)

Professional Member (MICA)

Fellow (FICA)

Use of professional designation









Unlimited access to On Demand Learning Resources & CPD log






Discount on tickets to ICA events










Receive 6 digital editions of inCOMPLIANCE® magazine annually






Member only webinars






ICA Playlist






Access to Compliance Blog






Discount on ICA Learning








Discounts on subsequent
ICA qualifications








Invitation to the Annual Fellow's Dinner






Access to exclusive Round table events






Prospective UK members; did you know that according to HM Revenue & Customs you can reclaim tax you pay on fees or subscriptions to some approved professional organisations - but only if you must have membership to do your job or it’s helpful for your work. The International Compliance Association is on the approved list of professional organisations and learned societies. Please note: the ICA will appear as Compliance Association International on the list, however you can continue to refer to the association as International Compliance Association when making your claim.

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Help and support

Alternatively contact us on: +44(0)121 362 7534 / icainfo@int-comp.org (Course information)

or +44(0)121 362 7533 / learningsupport@int-comp.org (Enrolled learners)

or +44 (0) 121 362 7503 / epa@int-comp.org (End Point Assessment)