Two years ago we launched an ambitious change project, One CIOB, if you are not aware of it you can watch the video on this page for background.
Update for the New Year
Following on from Member’s Forum in June 2017, the One CIOB team has been working hard behind the scenes to design and develop new products and services as part of the overall delivery of a more accessible experience for members.
In September we launched CIOB’s new online event booking software providing an enhanced user experience in both searching for and accessing local events, as well as the introduction of the facility to pay online through secure and faster systems, removing the need for manual payment methods.
In addition to networking and face to face events, the roll out of the new webinar tool is enabling the capture of CPD events, which can be shared more widely, making these accessible across the Hub network. This recorded CPD is available through the newly launched CPD Portal, which can be accessed through both the CIOB Academy (www.ciobacademy.org) and under the CPD section of this website.
More sharable CPD on important topics within the industry is planned for development through 2018, using member feedback to help drive this development plan. If you want to get involved with our work on a local level then joining a Local Hub Committee could be for you. You can find out more by clicking here.
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This is an administrative point which delivers events and services in a local area. A Hub has local staff, a budget and a committee of 6 elected Chartered members. Hubs will offer CPD and advice to members as well as engaging local employers, government and education sector. Hubs will continue to be supported financially by the CIOB.
No, the idea is that you can attend any event you choose in any Hub (as well as events we will hold online). We will be introducing online event booking and listings on our events website, making it easier for you to plan ahead.
Local events can be held anywhere within the Hub area, depending on member demand.
Hubs will be virtual for the most part, although many international Hubs will have offices.