Both the ABICSc and MBICSc grades require ongoing CPD (Continuous Professional Development) points to be evidenced at renewal stage annually, please see the BICSc CPD Point Framework here.
Our Individual Membership allows you to gain recognition for your skills and the support you need to develop your career in the cleaning industry.
|Membership Grade||Annual Membership Fee including VAT|
|PBICSc (after first year)||£12|
Corporate membership is available for any company to purchase who has been trading for 12 months, enabling them to utilise the benefits BICSc offers and also to show their support for our values and mission statement.
|Membership||Joining Fee||Membership Fee including VAT|
|Corporate Membership: £250,000 or under||£100||£298|
|Corporate Membership: £250,000 or under (3 year)||£100||£745|
|Corporate Membership: £250,001 – £1,000,000||£100||£506|
|Corporate Membership: £250,001 – £1,000,000 (3 year)||£100||£1,265|
|Corporate Membership: £1,000,001 – £5,000,000||£200||£960|
|Corporate Membership: £1,000,001 – £5,000,000 (3 year)||£200||£2,400|
|Corporate Membership: £5,000,001 – £20,000,000||£200||£1,515|
|Corporate Membership: £5,000,001 – £20,000,000 (3 year)||£200||£3,787.50|
|Corporate Membership: £20,000,000 +||£200||£2,626|
|Corporate Membership: £20,000,000 + (3 year)||£200||£6,565|
|Advocate of BICSc (1 year)||N/A||£750|
|Advocate of BICSc (3 year)||N/A||£2,000|
|Franchiser Membership (1 year)||N/A||£700|
|Franchisee Membership (1 year)||N/A||£298|
Accredited Training Membership is available for any of our Accredited Training Organisations (ATO). ATOs can now take advantage of all of the benefits of being a BICSc member while demonstrating their commitment to BICSc accredited training under one membership.
To apply for ATM membership, your organisation must meet the requirements for becoming an ATO.
What is an ATO?
An Accredited Training Organisation is a company who employs BICSc Approved Assessors, who can assess and award members of staff certification in skills from the Cleaning Professional’s Skills Suite.
What is the difference between Static and Roaming?
A Static ATO means that assessments always have to be carried out at one same location. Whereas a Roaming ATO means that the assessments can take place across multiple sites.
What do you need to do to become an ATO?
You will need to meet specific site and equipment requirements which will be approved by one of our BICSc Verifiers.
What is the ongoing requirement of an ATO?
An annual audit visit is for the ATO’s Assessors and Trainers to evidence their compliance with the BICSc standard of accreditation over the previous 12 months. We also arrange a free of charge six-month interim liaison visit.