Why Apply?
Many people have accomplished professional achievements and contributions which are not recognised through academic qualifications alone. The attainment of a professional qualification is the clearest way of demonstrating possession of a sound knowledge of the industry and a high standard of professional competence.

Internationally Recognised
TI professional qualifications are acknowledged by many national governments, as well as by employers establishing that the holder has proved their ability to practice.

Levels

Licentiateship (LTI) – a good level of knowledge and 1 – 5 years work experience depending on route  

Regulations

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Associateship (CText ATI) – a high level of knowledge and specialism in at least one area 2-10 years experience depending on route 

Regulations

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Apply Now for Associateship (CText ATI)

Fellowship (CText FTI) – a major personal creative contribution 

Regulations

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Submission is by application form, which is then assessed by a Committee of academics and industrialists and ratified by the Council of The Textile Institute.

Fees

Qualification Fees

Closing dates for meetings in 2018 are:

19 January 2018 Committee meeting 6 February 2018

25 May 2018 Committee meeting 5 June 2018

21 September 2018 Committee meeting 2 October 2018

Submissions received after the closing date will be presented at the next available meeting of the Professional Qualifications Committee.

If you require a replacement certificate for LTI, CText ATI or CText FTI contact runsworth@textileinst.org.uk with details of when your original award was made.

The cost of a replacement certificate is GBP£30 plus postage

Please note we can no longer produce replacement certificates for Textile Institute examinations and Clothing and Footwear Institute qualifications

Testimonials

“Craft and textiles have always been a passion of mine.  As an orthopaedic surgeon in training, I utilise a range of textiles every day to improve human health, relieve pain and assist patients regain function of diseased limbs.  My current research interests involve the role of surgical gowns in patient safety and the engineering of fibre scaffolds to promote bone growth.  The Licentiateship formally recognises my work in the field of medical textiles and allows me to collaborate internationally with experts to further develop our understanding of the way in which textiles interact with the human body.”

Holly Morris LTI

“Martin-Baker Aircraft Company Ltd. creates safety products for the aviation industry and is best known for its dominance of the ejection seat market. Martin-Baker benefits from the TI professional qualifications programme. We use the TI qualifications to motivate and encourage our personnel to professionally develop and as an outward sign of their skills and knowledge to our customers.”

James Lorbiecki CText ATI
Senior Design Engineer
Martin Baker Aircraft Company Ltd