AGR Document to assit RIGS in developing their Programmes for submission for membership.
Advisory Group on RIG Development (AGR)
Terms of Reference and Charges
Members: Five members plus the Chair. Additionally, one Executive Committee (EC) ‘liaison’ member, one Standards Committee (SC) "liaison" member and the IFOMPT Executive Director as ‘ad hoc’ members. Members are nominated by MO’s and the Standards Committee and appointed by the EC. Chairperson appointed by the EC after taking into consideration recommendations from the elected members of the AGR
Term & Term Limits: Three-year terms with three-term limits.
Qualifications: Members must belong to a MO or RIG of IFOMPT but do not necessarily have to be the MO delegate. Members who provide mentorship on organisational structure must have knowledge of the IFOMPT and WCPT Constitution and experience with organisational leadership. Members who provide mentorship on educational programme development must have detailed knowledge and experience with the IFOMPT Standards Document and the international monitoring process.
Current Members: Duncan Reid, Chair; Jan Pool, Karen Beeton, Chris Showalter, Ken Olson (EC liaison); Per Kjaer (SC liaison), Ingrid du Toit (Office).Meetings:As required to fulfill the charges detailed below. 1 to 2 times per year as a group and more frequently as needed with individual members and the organisations they are working with to help develop their organisations and educational programmes. Meetings will be held via teleconference or webinar with face-to-face meetings in conjunction with IFOMPT Sanctioned Conferences/meetings.
Purpose: Growth of Registered Interest Groups (RIG) and Member Organisations(MOs). By focusing on/prioritising growth of RIGs/MOs, (IFOMPT membership) IFOMPT will:
• Develop strategies to support and maintain existing MO’s/RIGS; and
• Pro-actively seek and engage potential new RIGs.
Objective 1: Proactively search for groups eligible for membership (South America, Asia, Africa, Baltic States) and future RIGs
Objective 2: Support and Develop RIGs
Conflict of Interest: A conflict of interest can arise when conditions or circumstances preclude or interfere with an individual’s capacity to make the objective, detached decisions required of EC Advisory Group members. Members shall excuse themselves from such participation in any case where a conflict of interest arises, where a potential conflict of interest may arise, or where there may be a perceived appearance of conflict.
IFOMPT October 2016