The Members' Council role and purpose is to help direct, engage with and ensure good communication with and between our Regions and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and to help form our research agenda. Its membership comes from the major areas of activity and influence within the Institute.
Council meetings provide a forum for the communication between the Board and Head Office on the one hand, and the Regions and SlGs on the other. It allows a focus for engagement and mutual support and a mechanism to understand and focus the views of the membership.
It represents all our member stakeholders, they can exercise their influence on the Institute through involvement in the Regions, SIGs and Working Groups, whose chairs sit on Members’ Council. It is the means by which we can achieve some of our objectives; namely through the mobilisation of this Volunteer Network, and for the Network to ensure that its views and concerns are understood by Head Office.
The Members’ Council currently consists of 22 Institute Members. The make up of the Members’ Council is as follows:
The full role and Terms of Reference of Members' Council are detailed in the Board Regulations, and can be found below.