Regional forum officer role overview

A regional forum officer meets four times a year with other officers from their region at the regional forum meetings. These take place ahead of the Local Institute national forum meetings to proactively share best practice, discuss projects, initiatives, successes and concerns from local institute regions and to discuss issues which affect LIs and, where there are issues of concern which cannot be resolved, to have those issues raised by the national forum Officer(s) chairing the regional forum meetings at the national forum meeting. There are eight regional forum meetings that take place ahead of each national forum meeting each quarter.

Main responsibilities

  • To attend Regional Forum meetings once a quarter
  • To share best practice from the Local Institute Council to the Regional Forum and vice versa
  • To raise matters of interest and concern from the Local Institute Council to the Regional Forum and vice versa
  • To attend and participate in discussions of the Regional Forum
  • To administer the election process for appointing National Forum Officers and to advise the CII of the outcome of the elections
  • To provide details of the election process for Regional Forum Officer used by the Local Institute to the Regional Forum if requested.

Each Local Institute council shall elect a regional forum officer each year who will sit on the regional forum for a maximum of six years and who will not be eligible to serve again in this role.

Further details including your national forum officer, can be downloaded below along with terms of reference for the regional forum meetings as well as the full role description for regional forum officer.

Central Support

Your Regional Membership Manager is your key contact - any support you require please get in touch and we can discuss how the team can help.

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