- Join IPROW
- About IPROW
- Why Join IPROW?
- FAQ about IPROW
- A Sample of Member Benefits
- Waymark — the journal
- Advertise with IPROW
- Why employ an IPROW member?
- Training and Development
- Good Practice Guide
- Useful Links
- Contact IPROW
- Find a Consultant
Thinking of employing a member of IPROW?
Members have a sealed and signed certificate that gives their grade of membership and the date originally awarded. Current members also have an annual membership card showing their membership number and the current membership year.
Membership is sought after and people have claimed in job applications to be members when they are not. We will take action against people who fraudulently portray themselves as members. If you are in any doubt about a claim of membership please contact IPROW for help.
Why employ an IPROW member?
IPROW members comply with a Code of Conduct which demonstrates a high level of professionalism. Breaches of the Code are investigated according to an agreed process.
Members are better supported, more informed and kept up to date with the latest changes to case law, legislation, regulations and Government advice.
Members receive substantial reductions on IPROW training courses and have access to regional professional development events, helping them to improve performance with new knowledge and techniques.
Members demonstrate a commitment to personal development that benefits employers through enhanced performance and greater motivation.
Do you advertise your vacant posts with IPROW?
IPROW's Vacancy Service provides the leading source of information about job vacancies throughout the rights of way and access management profession which are distributed to members only, that is to people working in the profession. Vacancies are known to be circulated widely beyond members. The appointment service costs £445 for one post, plus 50% for a second post and 25% each subsequent post. To use the service contact Vacancies.