Become a TOPRA Fellow

TOPRA Members with at least 10 years of experience in regulatory affairs and who have made a significant contribution to the profession can be nominated by their peers to become Fellows.

Routes to Fellowship

  1. Self-nomination
  2. Nomination by another TOPRA member

When can I apply or nominate someone else?

You can apply at any time of the year and your application will be put forward to the Fellowship Appointment Panel. All approved applications are put forward to the Board, who meet every two months.

What are the next steps?

The Fellowship Appointment Panel reviews all nominations and puts forward candidates to the Board for ratification.

Those accepted for Fellowship have all the benefits of membership, including voting rights, and are entitled to use the designation FTOPRA.

Do I need to pay an administration fee for a Fellowship application?

No, we currently do not charge any administration fees for Fellowship. All Fellows must renew their membership each year as per registered members/members.

What are the criteria?

  1. 10 years RA experience
  2. Evidence of significant contribution to the profession
  3. Two referees (1 TOPRA member, 1 Fellow)

If you do not know any current Fellows, see our list of current TOPRA Fellows  (member-only access). Alternatively, please email TOPRA’s Membership team.

 

Case studies:


Niamh Lawler-TurnerFor me, being a Fellow of TOPRA is recognition of my voluntary contribution to the profession, both as a Board member and as a Working Party member . ... If you fell that somebody deserves this achievement, I would strongly recommend nominating your colleague.”

 

– Niamh Lawler-Turner, FTOPRA

FTOPRA Case Studies


What’s stopping you? Nominate yourself or a colleague today




FTOPRA – The recognition you deserve