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AEIMN ANZ is a unique organisation that joins up emergency services and veterinarians, and other stakeholders involved in

animal emergency incident management.


You and your membership have an impact because your support facilitates knowledge sharing for developing safer practices for people and promoting animal welfare and wellbeing through policy and education, participating in developing educational resources, online meetings and educational events and hopefully, by attending our annual conference.

Membership is open to any person who supports the purpose of the organisation including educators, emergency services or animal incident operational persons and other persons responsible for overseeing or delivering animal emergency incident management training in Australia and New Zealand. People involved in policy, WHS, operations, training managers, governance, or other decision-making roles may also be interested in joining or collaborating. We invite you to peruse this website, including upcoming meetings for members and stakeholders.

Membership benefits

Memberships run from 1 July to 30 June. To request to join, please complete the online form.

Individual (full) members: $55 per year. 

  • Access to AEIMN stakeholder forums

  • Access to the annual conference at a reduced rate

  • AEIMN newsletters and relevant communications 

  • Access to the British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Assoc. (BARTA) Moodle educational site

  • Access to all information in the Members’ portal - includes links to resources, past presentations, special offers and policies.

  • Access to AEIMN training programs and personnel

  • Eligibility to stand for committee positions, i.e. Board or Technical Committee

  • General rights of members as per the AEIMN ANZ Model Rules Item 13 (Constitution) 

  • 1 vote at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) or any Special General Meetings.

Agency/Organisation member: $550 per year.

An Agency / Organisation membership is typically for larger agencies or organisations. Organisation may include Emergency Service Organisations (ESOs) / Government agencies or departments / Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) / Businesses / Clubs / Councils / Welfare Organisations.^


An Agency / Organisation membership allows one (1) person to be a full member with all the benefits of an individual member (listed above), PLUS up to twenty-five ( 25) Affiliated members with limited benefits. These benefits are 

  • Access to AEIMN stakeholder forums

  • Access to the annual conference at a reduced rate

  • AEIMN newsletters and relevant communications


The agency / organisation is to provide AEIMN with the name of the nominated agency representative who will become the point of contact. The nominated agency representative will be provided with a URL link to register up to 25 additional persons who are a member, employees or registered volunteer of their organisation.

^ Agencies/organisations may consider paying outright or collecting fees from up to 25 interested members. Some organisations may consider applying for a grant or seeking sponsorship to cover education and professional development.

If you are thinking of joining, we also invite you to read our Member Code of Conduct

Application process

AEIMN ANZ has Model Rules (available on this page) that outline the process for becoming a member. The first step is to complete this application. Once the form is received, the AEIMN ANZ Board will decide by resolution whether to accept or reject the application. If the application is accepted, the applicant will be advised, and an invoice will be issued. Membership commences from the date the fee is paid. The membership period is from 1 July to 30 June each year.


When applying, you may opt-in to have an account set up with the British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Assoc. Moodle educational site. 

At this time, applications can only be received from persons 18 years of age or over.
The Association is incorporated in Victoria. No. A0114345F

Enquiries: Julie Fiedler, Secretary  Email:

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