IMC membership: check your own credentials and claim your certificate

IMC membership: check your own credentials and claim your certificate

Many of you reading this will not be IMC qualified certified management consultants (CMCs). Being an IMC qualified member is an independent guarantee of your skills, ability, value for money and integrity to all your prospective clients. The certficate of management consultancy is internationally recognised and allows you to work anywhere in the world. It opens up a range of possibilities in the UK and by being a member you receive a variety of membership benefits. AND YOU MAY ALREADY BE ELIGIBLE.

Benefits of Full IMC membership:

– The certificate;

– Free subscription to Management Consultancy magazine;

– Free copies of Update with news on events and activities of interest to consultants;

– Free entry in and copy of the IMC yearbook, Consulting, a useful networking tool;

– Free guidelines on legal, professional and financial issues such as professional indemnity, consultancy fees, contractual arrangements;

– Access to special interest groups which organise a range of seminars and the chance to clock up your hours for continuing professional development.

Special interest groups include: overseas consulting

– marketing consultancy

– change management

– information technology

– public sector

– financial sector

– growing small businesses

– TECs and LECS

– healthcare

– women in consulting

– internal consulting

– Enrolment in regional groups-a source of good contacts;

– Free 24 hour legal advice. Available to all IMC members any time of the year and on any issue;

– Access to an ethical helpline;

– Opportunity to become involved in the promotion of the profession through the IMC PR panel;

– Opportunity to become involved in the running of the IMC by standing for council or acting as a chair in a group;

– The opportunity to register your practice on the client support service which is promoted to potential clients. This is only open to companies that are run by 51 per cent or more CMCs. If you qualify as a registered practice you then have access to an arbitrator or mediator if your client relationship runs into difficulty.

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