“Certificated Enforcement Agents and Trainees (must hold qualification); Click the button above and complete the simple online form.”
“If you are not a qualified Enforcement Agent but hold a Taking Control of Goods Level 2 (or above) or a High Court Enforcement Level 3 (or above) NVQ and would like to become an Associate Member please click the button above and complete the simple online form.”
“If you are self-employed, a sole trader, an employee of an Enforcement Agency or Local Authority the Association is here to support you.”
9 Reasons why every Enforcement Agent should become a member of the Certificated Enforcement Agents Association.
- Access to best priced Enforcement Agent bond and legal expenses cover
- Use of the Logo
- A Voice in the profession
- Technical reference for Enforcement Agent Certificate renewal
- Discounts on products and services including training, safety and Insurance products
- John Kruse technical bulletins
- Profession related news
- Free advice & help with Complaints
- Membership Certificate & access to regional meetings
With Annual Membership currently £25:00 can you think of ten reasons not to join?
Click on the ‘To Join Click Here’ tab and complete the online membership application, it will only take you about ten minutes and you can now pay by card over the phone. You can then use the CEAA acronym after your name.
Need a reference for your EA Certificate Court hearing
Contact the Membership Secretary at email@example.com
The Certificated Enforcement Agents Association has been formed by Enforcement Agents for Enforcement Agents, to provide a voice for all that hold a County Court Certificate under the Certification of Enforcement Agents Regulations 2014.
It is hoped that ALL Enforcement Agents will become Members and indeed for it to become a requirement of those issuing Warrants/Liability Orders to Individuals or Companies that they must use CEAA members.
Through its proposed training, information, standards, compliance and ethics CEAA will fulfil the objectives of the Tribunals Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.
To provide a democratic organisation to assist Enforcement Agents and improve their academic, business and practical knowledge through improved training and education. Promoting professional standards of all Agents and gaining recognition of an Enforcement Agent as a professional, whilst progressing the Association towards a professional Institution, improving an understanding of the profession to all.
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