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IPMA-Australia

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Benefits of professional membership

Professional membership in an association offers a range of benefits that can enhance an individual's career, professional development, and industry knowledge. These benefits can vary depending on your specific need but we aim to support members in their professional growth, networking, and success.

Networking Opportunities:

Connect with industry professionals, peers, and experts through events, conferences, and online platforms to expand your professional network.

Professional Development:

Access to workshops, training programs, webinars, and courses to enhance skills and knowledge in your field.

Industry Insights:

Stay updated with the latest trends, news, research, and developments in your industry through publications, newsletters, and seminars provided by the association.

Career Advancement:

Job boards, career services, mentorship programs, and leadership opportunities within the association can help advance your career.

Certifications and Credentials:

Certifications or credentials that can boost your credibility and qualifications in your field.

Advocacy and Representation:

We advocate for the interests of members at the government and industry level, representing your concerns and promoting the profession.

Discounts and Benefits:

Access to discounts on products, services, and events related to the industry, as well as exclusive member-only benefits.

Community Engagement:

Engage with like-minded professionals, share experiences, collaborate on projects, and contribute to the growth and development of the profession.

Access to Resources:

Gain access to research, case studies, templates, and other resources that can support your work and decision-making processes.

Visibility and Recognition:

Being part of an association can enhance your visibility within the industry, leading to increased recognition and opportunities for collaboration and leadership roles.

Membership levels

Student Membership

A Student Member is someone who is:
• Enrolled in an accredited school of higher education, and
• Is full time education, and
• Interested in pursuing project management as a career choice.

Associate Membership

An Associate Member is someone who is:
• working towards an IPMA qualification, but
• does not meet the minimum requirements of Full membership, and
• Interested in pursuing project management as a career choice.

Full Membership

A Full Member is someone who is engaged:
• In project management, or
• In disciplines or other professions that are related to project management

• Meets the minimum requirements of Full membership

Fellow Membership

A Fellow Member is someone who is engaged:
• In project management, or
• In disciplines or other professions that are related to project management

• Meets the minimum requirements of Fellow member

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