Induction Training for New Starters and Returners - The Society of Association and Membership Professionals
The Society of Associations and Membership Professionals (SAMP) is pleased to announce the launch of a unique one-day training course that will enable staff at your organisation to ‘hit the ground running’.
It can be difficult for new staff to quickly see the ‘whole picture’ while learning the requirements of their particular role. So, the course aligns with your internal induction and is uniquely designed to benefit new starters, staff who have completed their probation period or have been in post for about a year, as well as those returning from career breaks. It will equip them with:
- The skills/knowledge required to grow in confidence more quickly
- Improved consistency/quality of knowledge/insight/understanding
- The opportunity to learn from and network with professionals in similar roles/organisations
- Solid groundwork for future careers within your organisation
- Meet/network with other professionals working in similar organisations
The benefit to associations and membership bodies:
- Provide new staff with the appropriate skills to ‘hit the ground running’
- Provide sufficient insight to offer exceptional service to members
- Improvements in organisation/key member focused functions
- Contribute towards optimising organisational Impact for members/stakeholders
- Provide an informed ‘one organisation’ approach (within/across)
- Improved potential member satisfaction/engagement
- Devised by the profession for the profession.
Our popular course provides core insight and learning outcomes of critical importance to new starters/returners in membership organisations and associations, including:
- Overview of corporate structure & governance elements, framing functional activities
- New Member Acquisition & Existing Member Retention
- Optimising Member Value & Member Engagement
- Local Member Engagement Optimisation
- Improving Member Journeys/Experiences
- Stakeholder & Staff Communications
Learning and insight is gained via:
- Interactive presentations delivered by membership/association experts
- New Starter workbooks provided to all delegates
- Structured activities/tasks
- Formal/Informal networking/feedback
- Insight Video Interviews and/or in-person interviews
Don’t just take our word for it!
“I found the day great. Having just come back from maternity leave this was good to refresh my memory.”
(Hannah Ash, Membership Applications Executive, Royal Society of Chemistry)
“After ten years in membership, this course shortcuts a lot of the learning I’ve had to pick up along the way.”
(Kerrie Fuller, Head of Membership Development, WAGGS)
“The training was absolutely brilliant! It was relevant, fresh, insightful and very engaging.”
(Toyin Okunuga, Membership Officer, Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals)
“I wish I had something like this at the beginning of my career.”
(Gill Cronin, Head of Patron Membership, London Chamber of Commerce)
“The training summarised a lot of the knowledge I had to gain in my first 12 months in a concise way.”
(Ben Macy, Membership Administrator, British Veterinary Association)
“I would thoroughly recommend the SAMP Induction to membership course. It gave my recent starters an excellent overview of the membership sector as well as equipping them with some membership basics, helping them to integrate quickly into their roles”.
(Daniel Bailey, Commercial Director, British Veterinary Association)
Training dates and locations:
29 March (Central London)
23 June (Central London)
22 September (Central London)
4 November (Manchester)
Visit the Society’s website for more information and to reserve your place(s): www.samp.org.uk/training
Your training facilitators:
Richard Gott: Richard has over 15 years’ experience management and leadership experience in the membership organisation and association sector. He has worked for a range of high profile organisations including the Royal College of General Practitioners, College of Optometrists, British Dental Association, Law Society and Royal College of Psychiatrists. Richard chairs the MemberWise Network, CPD Standards Office Expert Advisory Board, and provides training and consulting services to the membership and association sector.
Susie Kay: Susie Kay has more than 20 years’ management and leadership experience in professional associations and membership organisations including CILIP, APM, IPMA, BCS, and is now MD of The Professionalism Group, a consultancy specialising in non-profit governance, professionalism and personal effectiveness. She is a MemberWise Ambassador and member of the Expert Board of the CPD Standards Office. She is the author of three books, is a mentor and a busy speaker on governance and personal and professional development issues.
This course is step one in the training journey.
For further information visit www.samp.org.uk/training or email email@example.com
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