If you are planning a conference, seminar or other
event which you think is of interest to the IRM members,
and you would be interested in the IRM endorsing your
event, please see the summary of the IRM endorsement
The following tests will normally be applied to whether
we endorse a conference or event from another organisation:
1. It is relevant to IRM members
2. It does not conflict with the aims of the IRM
3. IRM members gain a reasonable discount, agreed
with the IRM
4. The event is not within a month of our own conference
or any other key IRM event
5. Publicity literature will feature the IRM logo
in accordance with IRM corporate identity guidelines,
and an approved paragraph explaining the aims of IRM
6. A link to IRM is provided from the organiser's
own web publicity
events will count towards IRM Fellowship points and
CPD. This information must be included on event literature.
If the answer
to any of the above is ‘no’ the event will
not normally be endorsed. Particular relevance will
be attached to events where an IRM member is speaking.
If you would like the IRM to consider endorsing you
event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if a reasonable discount can be offered for IRM members,
but full endorsement is not required/possible, events
may still be listed in the relevant sections of the IRM website. However, the IRM limits the number of endorsements it is prepared to support, so even if the answer is 'yes' to all the above considerations this does not guarantee acceptance.
Please note that this policy applies to conferences
and seminars, etc. The IRM also accredits other organisations’ courses,
but different criteria are used for this which are shown in the IRM Accreditation section.