There are two grades of membership for consulting organisations, with the option for either grade of practice to apply additionally for Accredited Practice status:
Recognised Practices enjoy all the benefits of membership. They commit to having their consultants as individual members of the Institute and the practice ensures they work to the Institute's Code of Professional Conduct and Practice.
To find out how to become a Recognised Practice please click here.
In addition to all the membership benefits. Premier Practices are strongly promoted by the Institute as demonstrating the highest of standards in professional consultancy and also enjoy additional benefits, for example:
1. Each practice will be a member of a special Forum which gives access to opportunities for business development including preferential access to the output of the Consultancy Purchasing Group
2. There are special events organised exclusively for Premier Practices.
As well as having their individual consultants in Institute membership, Premier Practices also ensure a proportion of those consultants, agreed with us, have achieved the Institute’s award of Certified Management Consultant (CMC).
To find out how to become a Premier Practice please click here.