We are now half-way through 2022 and I hope you are starting to see some benefits from getting back to some kind of normal as we emerge from the impact of the various restrictions caused by the COVID-19 Virus. You will be well aware that INSHPO is a volunteer organisation which at times needs to call on members to contribute to the workload associated with completion of our strategic plan deliverables. The work undertaken by volunteers is a critical component of how we operate and key in our continued ability to deliver on our strategy.
As with all member associations, benefits to members are an important component of INSHPO's strategy. INSHPO members currently have benefits related to international collaboration with like organisations, the ability to contribute to the creation of industry related resources, networking with other organisations and the use of resources created by INSHPO.
INSHPO are excited to announce an additional benefit with the launch of an Intern programme, providing a pathway for health and safety professionals to enhance their career.
The Intern opportunity is available for individuals, who are members of our organisations who are interested in developing their experience in leadership and governance in an international setting, by interacting with an international board of directors. Applicants require a letter of support from us, as the INSHPO member association.
The Intern placement is scheduled to start in January 2023 with the application and assessment process taking place over the next few months.
Please take the time to review the following link which takes you to the details of the programme, eligibility criteria and the application form. https://form.jotform.com/221714163708049.