Free benefits:

When you register you get immediate access to:

  • Free guidance notes on meeting your licence conditions
  • Free policy and admin documents to make your record keeping simpler and legally compliant
  • Professional articles and publications
  • Detailed guidance on staff training, annual reviews and recording CPD (Continuing Professional Development)
  • Easy ‘armchair’ CPD activities – making your life easier
  • 10% discount on events from the IRBPP
  • FREE policy document templates for licenced professionals – saving you hours of work
  • and more….
  • No contract
  • No obligation – leave any time

It’s an increasingly complicated world for all professionals working with birds of prey.

You may be a professional falconer giving displays, offering educational courses, experience days or other bird of prey related services under an Animal Activities or Zoo Licence. Or, you may be working or volunteering with someone who holds an AAL or Zoo licence. You can read more about your licence obligations here:

You may even be another professional person who encounters birds of prey as part of your job, such as a Vet Nurse, a Wildlife Crime Officer, or you may work for a rescue, rehabilitation of welfare charity.

One thing that you all have in common is the need to maintain a record of your training and development.

By registering for free we will help and support you to meet your obligations simply and easily.

We have developed a large library of detailed Guides, Documents; as well as CPD activities that you can undertake from the comfort of your own armchair. If you are a licence holder, or work in a licenced organisation we’ll show you what you need to do and the simplest way to do it at the lowest possible cost in time and money.

Each quarter we will support you with new material and a number of online CPD activities. If you choose to use these activities you can easily build up an impressive record of activities. This will help you meet your licence obligations, and build a CPD record.

What’s not to like?


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