New member e-newsletters coming
From the first week of April, IEMA members can expect weekly delivery to their inboxes of a range of new and informative e-newsletters.
Members currently receive four e-newsletters a month – an alternating schedule of Newsroom (membership news) and updates from the environmentalist. That provision has been in place for a number of years and, after a review in 2014, the Institute is expanding the newsletter series to include separate updates on careers and events.
Members will continue to receive both the Newsroom and the environmentalist newsletters, but their frequency will change, from two editions a month to one. Two newly created e-newsletters will be introduced to provide a comprehensive range of weekly updates, which will be sent directly to members’ inboxes each Thursday.
So from the first week of April, the monthly e-newsletter schedule will be:
- Week one – Newsroom: for the latest IEMA and membership news, including comment on issues that are important to the profession, survey and consultation invitations, member upgrades, special offers and useful links.
- Week two – the environmentalist: providing links to the complete online content of the month’s magazine, along with up-to-date environment and sustainability news, comment and regulations.
- Week three – careers: details of new and upcoming iemaSTS courses, job opportunities, and advice on careers and continuing professional development.
- Week four – events: a monthly update of all planned IEMA regional events, workshops, socials, conferences and webinars to help members plan their learning, development and networking around their work.
To ensure you receive the full range of e-newsletters, ensure that the iema.net domain addresses are added to your (or your organisation’s) e-mail “white list” and not directed as spam or junk mail.
Daily updates are also available via Twitter at @iemanet and from members of the team: @mbaxteriema; @nblythiema; and @jfothergilliema.
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