Associate membership

Why become an associate member of the IRBPPTM ?

Associate membership offers these important benefits to professionals working with birds of prey

Professional recognition:

Professional recognition within the industry, and with clients and prospective employers.

The designation IRBPP Assoc.TM  displayed on your business cards, website and other business documents is a public declaration of your membership of the IRBPP; the only professional body for people using birds of prey in a professional or commercial context.

Your customers and others can clearly see that you are committed to maintaining the highest welfare standards for the birds of prey in your control and to the highest professional and ethical standards in your professional life.

Better business:

Membership of the IRBPP will help you build better business contacts through networking opportunities, broaden your business skills and knowledge and develop new skills that will help when seeking new customers, contracts and business relationships.

Networking:

Meet and interact with the best in the sector and with other professionals like yourself across international boundaries to help you build your circle of professional contacts.

Benefit from the professional online forums in your business category to facilitate the free exchange of news, views and professional tips in a secure and supportive environment where there is no such thing as a ‘stupid question’.

Improving knowledge and skills:

Associate members have 24 months to move up to full member status. Use our online learning platform, attend events, interact with other members and undertake practical assessments and reviews with experienced people to help you achieve full member status.

Exclusive discounts and offers:

Associate members qualify for discounts on all professional development courses and programs. meetings and events.

Annual membership fee (associate member):

9.95 GBP pcm   {please enquire for other currencies}

Linked pages:

Do you qualify to become an associate member?  Check here

Rights and responsibilities of associate membershipclick here…

IRBPP Code of Conduct.   click here…

Join the IRBPPclick here