Stefanos Nachmias, Senior Lecturer in HRM at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University says why he feels being part of the University Forum for HRD has huge benefits.
Classes of membership:
- Associate (Individual)
- University and Corporate Membership: Each member organisation can appoint two representatives to the Forum, and has full access to all the benefits, and receives one copy of Human Resource Development International free. Organisations can buy additional copies of Human Resource Development International at a subsidised rate. Organisations can also nominate additional staff to the University Forum for a small fee.
Additional staff do not have representative status, and cannot serve as Executive Officers of the Forum, but otherwise they have full access to all the benefits.
25% discount for non-UK universities/institutions on Basic Institutional Rate
Individuals working at member universities and institutional members are eligible for 30% off AHRD membership fee.
|University Membership||£395.00 (Two representatives on Council, all member benefits, HRDI)|
|Student Membership||£50 (includes HRDI)|
|Associate Membership||£65.00 (includes HRDI)|
For payment details, please contact the Executive seecretary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academy of Human Resource Development
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
European Mentoring and Coaching Council*
Glasgow Caledonia University
Higher Education Academy
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
International Federation of Training and Development Organisations*
Leeds Beckett University
Lille Catholic University,
Liverpool John Moores University
London School of Economics
London South Bank University
Manchester Metropolitan University
Nottingham Trent University
Oregon State University
Oxford Brookes University
Queen Margaret University*
Sheffield Hallam University
St Andrews University
Universidade Lusiadfa Famalicao
University of Central Lancashire
Waterford Institute of Technology*
York St John University
* These institutions do not have representative status on Council.