How to apply for Organisational Membership
A nomination of an organisation for membership of ANCOLD Inc must be (a) made by a Member Organisation of ANCOLD Inc and seconded by a Member Organisation of ANCOLD Inc and must be in writing in the application form and (b) must be lodged with the secretary of ANCOLD Inc.
To be noted when completing the form;
The Applicant – This is the name of the organisation applying
The Proposer and Seconder – These need to be current/financial Member Organisations
The Authorised Officer on behalf of the Applicant/Proposer/Seconder – these are the nominated voting representatives for the organisation applying/proposing/seconding.
A list of all current ANCOLD Member Organisations and their nominated voting representatives can be found here in the Members Directory.
The secretary will then present the application at the next monthly Executive Meeting for approval and subsequently issue the invoice for the join fee of AU$670.
Upon payment of the entrance fee, the nominee/applicant becomes a member designate and may enjoy the privileges of membership pending confirmation as a member by a majority vote at the Annual General Meeting general of ANCOLD Incorporated.
The membership join will then be presented for endorsement by the members at the following Annual General Meeting (AGM). After endorsement at the AGM the annual membership fee (currently set at AU$1, 340) will be due on January 1st of each year.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the secretariat if you have any queries or need help with your application.
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HOBART, TAS, 7000
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