Your Guide to IEP Networking
As part of our ongoing commitment to adding value to Membership the IEP is pleased to announce that we are embarking on an exciting new campaign to increase networking opportunities for Members across all regions of the UK.
The IEP is all about people. Specifically bringing people together to share best practice, solve problems, meet like-minded individuals and learn new concepts, methods and sharing great ideas.
The aim of these Regional Networks is to provide more opportunities for Members to engage and get involved by offering increased accessibility and choice through comprehensive local and regional coverage, and to develop volunteer Member networks providing opportunities for CPD, contact building and closer collaboration with peers.
We are keen that Members take control of, and drive forward locally targeted activities and events and will provide support in the form of Regional Network Ambassadors who can assist Members in their efforts, providing guidance and advice along the way.
The Regional Network Ambassadors will help Members to plan, organise and stage local events for other Members, focused on meeting Members’ needs, providing a regional flavour and the opportunity to establish long lasting networks. The IEP aims to establish regional groups across the UK throughout 2018 but have already established Regional Network Ambassadors for the North West, West Midlands and South of England. The Regional Network Ambassadors for these areas are:
Garry Murray – North West Regional Ambassador - email@example.com
Sak Awan - West Midlands Regional Ambassador - firstname.lastname@example.org
Samantha Everard – South Regional Ambassador – email@example.com
We are looking for Regional Network Ambassadors to represent the North East, East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside, London, South East, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, so please do get in touch if you are interested.
This is a great opportunity for anyone to really get involved, develop long standing connections and gain CPD. IEP Regional Groups bring a range of benefits, they:
- Empower Members
- Enable Members to establish and organise their own local activities in response to local priorities
- Ensure that ALL Members have access to IEP activity and events.
- Promote the importance of our profession regionally and locally.
- Reach audiences that the IEP Executive do not reach.
- Keep ALL Members informed about developments in our profession.
We have created a Guide to Regional Networks and Groups to provide help to IEP Members that are involved in setting up and organising IEP Regional Networks and Groups.
If you are interested in setting up or being involved in a Regional Network or you would like to receive a copy of The Guide to Regional Networks and Groups please contact Scott Parkin at firstname.lastname@example.org