B9   Retiring from membership

Preparing for Retirement

AJA has a retirement group for those who are thinking of and considering retirement; it is a place to reflect and share experiences together. Please contact the chair of the professional committee for further information.

Approximately a year prior to retirement, inform your patients, your supervisor and the chair of the professional committee who will offer you the opportunity to meet with them, or a colleague, to talk through your decision and ascertain how you wish the information to be disseminated to colleagues.

At your retirement all files held in connection with you, including annual CPD returns and 5-yearly reaccreditation documents will be deleted.

As a retired AJA  analyst we encourage you to continue to take part in the life of AJA in as many ways as possible. There is no fee payable to AJA. You can receive mailings, join in our winter celebrations, attend monthly meetings in person or via the internet, participate in other collective events, and after the age of 75 years you are entitled to free membership of the IAAP. We hope you may be willing to be called upon in an advisory capacity or to become a Trustee.


March 2021





























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