IAQM ECN Workshop: Putting your best foot forward - Exploring IAQM membership

View from above of a desk with a coffee mug and notebook, with the IAQM logo in the top right corner. Superimposed with text reading "IAQM Early Careers Network. Workshop: Putting your best foot forward - Exploring IAQM membership. 7th February 4 - 6pm | Nova North, London"
Tuesday, 7 February 2023 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Nova North, 11 Bressenden Pl, London SW1E

Are you hoping to apply to become a Full Member of the IAQM? Unsure about priorities for your professional development?

Join us for our first live event for the IAQM Early Career Network in 2023 where we will be discussing the key skills and experience needed to secure Full Membership, alongside sharing guidance on key areas of professional development and different types of experience you should be seeking to fully develop your career in air quality management. The session will also include an interactive workshop where you'll have the opportunity to get feedback on your CV from IAQM Committee members, with a view to supporting you with future full membership applications. You will be requested to send along a copy of your CV when registering to attend the event.

You will also hear about the new competency framework for IAQM membership being developed this year that will support members in their career journeys, and will be based on skills, knowledge, behaviours and practical experience.

The workshop will be held in central London on the afternoon of Tuesday 7th February. The event will be followed by a social at the Bag O'Nails pub nearby - a great opportunity to network with fellow air quality professionals.


  • 16:00: Arrival / networking
  • 16:10: Welcome talk
  • 16:15: Membership levels and requirements
  • 16:25: What makes a good application?
  • 16:35: Interactive CV workshop
  • 17:00: Benefits of the Early Careers Network 
  • 17:10: Interactive discussion
  • 17:25: Introduction to the competency framework
  • 17:30: Wrap-up and head to social at Bag O'Nails pub

Registration for this event has now closed.

Who to contact

Derek Jardine

Events & Training Lead

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