Members and affiliates can apply for CSCS cards to prove professional status whilst on site. These cards are increasingly demanded as proof of occupational competence by contractors, public and private clients and others. See below to find out which card you can apply for:

The Professionally Qualified Person's Card (PQP)

- You must be a Chartered Architectural Technologist - MCIAT or FCIAT.
- Pass the Managers and Professional Level Health, Safety and Environment test.
- Submit a copy of your membership card with your application to confirm current membership.
- Further information on the PQP card can be found at cscs.uk.com/pqp
- The CSCS have now launched digital cards to accompany their physical ones. To learn more visit: https://architecturaltechnology.com/resource/virtual-cscs-cards-launched.html


The Academically Qualified Person's Card (AQP)

- You must be an Associate member or an affiliate with a relevant academic qualification (HNC/HND/FdSc/degree or above).
- Pass the Managers and Professional Level Health, Safety and Environment test.
- Submit a copy of your HNC/HND/FdSc/degree with your application.
- Further information on the AQP card can be found at cscs.uk.com/aqp
- The CSCS have now launched digital cards to accompany their physical ones. To learn more visit: https://architecturaltechnology.com/resource/virtual-cscs-cards-launched.html


Trainee Card

- You must be a student member or an affiliate without a recognised academic qualification.
- You must pass the Operative Level Health, Safety and Environment test.
- The CSCS have now launched digital cards to accompany their physical ones. To learn more visit: https://architecturaltechnology.com/resource/virtual-cscs-cards-launched.html


For further information on the CSCS card requirements and how to apply, visit www.cscs.uk.com/apply