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ICE website re-launched

May 2015: Below is a message from ICE after their recent website re-launch:

The changes we’ve made not only affect the website, but also the guidance documents you use when working towards a professional qualification. The aim of this message is to provide you with an overview of what’s new and how to find information so that you can support our members and potential members in the transition.

Please take some time to familiarise yourself with the new website and the key changes to our processes.

The website

The website aims to give you the information and guidance you need, as clearly and concisely as possible. Information is tailored to you in the places you need it, and the site’s also mobile-friendly.

We’ve highlighted some steps to help you find some the website’s important membership and professional development information:

  • Introductory information on membership and qualifications
  • Our new guidance tool takes you through the process of becoming an ICE member. By answering a series of questions you’ll be given the membership and qualification options that are available to you
  • If you’re not yet a member, you’ll be asked to register for a ‘MyICE’ account. This helps us find out more about you so we can give you more personalised advice
  • If you’re already a member, your MyICE account (select My Membership) will display a variety of panels that are relevant to you and your grade of membership. It also shows the steps you can take to develop professionally
  • The ‘Careers and professional development’ tab gives careers advice for all ages and grades of membership. You’ll also find information on qualifications-related webinars and training here

Updated information, advice and guidance

All our qualifications-related guidance – the ICE 3000 series documents and membership guidance notes (MGNs) – have been replaced by a new suite of guidance documents.

The new documents bring all relevant information into one place. They’ve also been written in a simpler and less formal style. And, while some of the qualifications processes have changed, the standards we expect of our members and potential members haven’t.

We’ve provided two documents to help you find the guidance you need:

  • A list of our revised documents, summarising the new features
  • A list of all the to help you find what you’re looking for

If you have any questions, or if you receive any enquiries from members or applicants in your region about the updated information and guidance that you cannot answer, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..