Membership For Countries
Only country national associations fulfilling given criteria can become a member of UIMLA. As soon as the country national association is a full member of UIMLA, the members of that country national association can benefit from it.
UIMLA operates with one national association per country.
There are 3 member types identified:
A group of mountain leaders from a country that might or might not be already organised in an association and that are seeking information to become a member of UIMLA.
A group of mountain leaders from a country that has attended a first General Assembly of UIMLA and presented their organisation and the way the profession is implemented and that has been granted the Aspirant Member status by the General Assembly.
Aspirant members pay the fees (following the statutes and the internal regulation), can attend the General Assemblies and have a consultative voice.
A group of mountain leaders organised in a national association that has gone through the process of membership. The process includes an on- and off-site assessment.
Full members pay the fees (following the statutes and the internal regulation), can attend the General Assemblies and have a right to vote.
If you have additional questions about becoming a member, contact us.