Membership Forms

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New Members

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Change of Status Membership

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Membership fees

  • New Full Practicing Membership fee is €100 per annum plus a one off registration fee of €30
  • New Student Membership fee is €50 per annum, plus a one off registration fee of €30 – Note: Non-Prorata payment
  • New Full Non-Practicing Membership fee is €65 per annum, plus a one off registration fee of €30

Prorata Payments

Note: NTOI membership is by calendar year

Prorata payments apply for new members joining throughout the calendar year as follows:

Full Practicing Membership:

  • €100 plus €30 registration fee (Jan – Mar)
  • €75 plus €30 registration fee (Apr – Jun)
  • €50 plus €30 registration fee (Jul – Sep)
  • €25 plus €30 registration fee (Oct – Dec)

Student Membership:

  • Prorata Payment option not available
  • Membership is only available for the calendar year irrespective of join date within that year

Non-Practicing membership:

  • €65.00 plus €30 registration fee (Jan – Mar)
  • €48.75 plus €30 registration fee (Apr– Jun)
  • €32.50 plus €30 registration fee (Jul – Sep)
  • €16.25 plus €30 registration fee (Oct – Dec)

Annual Renewal fees

As above but minus the Registration fee

Renewal fee links are provided direct to each member by NTOI when due

Supporting Documents

New Full Members & New members (Non Practicing)

Graduation Diploma Document from a NTOI recognised college on the relevant form – link in form to upload your document Note: This is a required field

New Student Members

Letter of Acceptance Document from a NTOI recognised college on the relevant form – link in form to upload your document Note: This is a required field

New Overseas Members residing in the island of Ireland

Membership enquiries for those qualified from colleges overseas should email info@ntoi.ie directly with your qualification details to pre-approve the Graduation Diploma Document, Awarding College and to upload this document when approved/recoginised 
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Why join NTOI?

The NTOI has both student and full members – full members can either register as practising or non-practising.

The advantages of membership of NTOI are varied and suit different practitioners in different ways

The most important is that NTOI is the largest organisation representing qualified Nutritional Therapists in Ireland (Almost 400 members). This gives the members access to a substantial peer group and an excellent support network throughout the country

The NTOI membership is constantly increasing, bringing a wide variety of knowledge, skills, interests and people into the organisation. It provides invaluable professional support and opportunities as well as the knowledge that you are a member of a professional organisation which constantly reviews its services and maintains the highest standards

 

The NTOI has much to offer all its members, be they students or fully qualified, practising or non-practising.

We have an ongoing CPD programme and numerous peer-driven events around the country mean there is an active and vibrant NTOI network nationwide

NTOI welcome applications for membership from any Nutritional Therapists or trainee therapists who have undertaken, or are undertaking their training at NTOI recognised colleges in Ireland, or equivalent in other countries.

The NTOI does not run its own courses but recognises diplomas from three accredited Irish colleges – listed below. The courses taken must be the full diploma, with supervised clinical training as a module 

 

Study Path?

NTOI does not recommend any one college above others

The NTOI recognised colleges are:

We look forward to further promoting the benefits of Nutritional Therapy through the work of our members to the public nationwide

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