EAAP offers membership in a variety of categories:
is open to psychologists and academics from other disciplines who:
a. hold a master's degree or a higher degree, with a minimum of five (5) years of studies, in psychology or in a discipline which may be relevant to the study and application of human factors in aviation, and
b. are (self) employed as psychologist or as human factors professional in service of civil or military aviation either in or outside Europe. The mentioned degree(s) must be covering a scientific curriculum for the study and practice of psychology or other discipline as mentioned above, including the scientifically recognised methods, and be accredited by national legislation in accordance with the standard as defined by the European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education ("ECA").
Non-European diplomas must be recognized as equivalent by a European state university in alignment with the ECA or equivalent legally recognised standards.
To assure that the qualification standards are upheld the board of the association may seek further information at their discretion. Members from this membership category are entitled to vote at the General Assembly.
is open to professionals who are (self) employed in the field of aviation psychology or aviation human factors, but do not meet the scientific degree requirements as required for EAAP membership (EM).
Associate members are entitled to participate in all activities of the association, but they are no members within the meaning of the law. As a result thereof, associate members do not have voting rights in the General Assembly.
is open to candidates who are interested to apply their knowledge and skills in the field of psychology and human factors in aviation but currently do not meet the requirements for EAAP Membership (EM) or Associate Membership (AM). Affiliate members are entitled to participate in all activities of the association, but they are no members within the meaning of the law. As a result thereof, affiliate members do not have voting rights in the General Assembly.
is open to full-time bachelor, master, and Doctor of Philosophy-candidates of any scientific field upon presentation of a corresponding official certificate of enrollment. Student members are entitled to participate in all activities of the association, but they are no members within the meaning of the law. As a result thereof, student members do not have voting rights in the General Assembly.
is open to organisations that pay an annual contribution to the association. Corporate members are entitled to send an observer to the congresses and conferences organised by the association and will be kept informed of all activities of the association. Their names and logos shall be presented on the website of the association if they so wish. Corporate members are no members within the meaning of the law. As a result thereof, corporate members do not have voting rights in the general assembly.
Corporate membership includes individual membership for one representative of the corporate member, who is exempted from usual membership fees. Ideally the organisation should choose a person with an aviation psychology and/or human factors background to represent the organisation. This representative will act as the main point of contact to claim all EAAP benefits. The CM representative is responsible for making EAAP benefits available to colleagues.
The application form can be found under Corporate Membership
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