A CAHP Retired or Inactive Member is a heritage professional who is retired or currently inactive from a career in heritage conservation.
- Use the ‘CAHP Retired’ acronym after your name
- Sit on CAHP committees
- Attend the Annual General Meeting and social events
- Receive information about industry conference and workshop
- Keep up-to-date with information about heritage conservation issues that CAHP is involved in
Please Note: The Professional directory and the CAHP acronym are reserved for Professional Members only. Inactive or Retired members are not displayed in the Professional directory and are not permitted to use the CAHP acronym after their name. Retired or Inactive members are not eligible to be elected to the Board of Directors, sit on a committee, or vote.
To qualify, Retired or Inactive Members must:
- Have worked in a heritage conservation role in the past
- No longer be currently employed or consulting in the heritage field
Please note: You are obligated to inform CAHP if you return to work in the heritage field after you receive Inactive or Retired membership. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action determined by the Board.
To apply to become a retired or inactive member, you will need to:
- Provide biographical details
- Sign the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics
- Application cost: Free
Upon successful review of your application, retired members are required to pay an annual membership fee of $50.