Launch of new IfL services can put a spring in your step
To me, a spring clean is so much more refreshing than those austere resolutions of new year. At IfL, we’ve been working on a spring clean of our own and, as I write, we are putting the finishing touches to a number of new services for IfL members for 2014.
You can find out more about the benefits of IfL with this edition of InTuition, not least of which is the launch of the new ifl.ac.uk. Thanks to feedback from many members, we have designed a site that will enable you to find the resources and information that you need quickly and easily – and to interact with your professional body. And we will continue to develop our online services for members over the coming months. I do encourage you to get in touch and let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While we’ve been taking a fresh look at our services, you may also be considering your career and possible next steps. Alan Thomson looks at the challenges facing members who make the move into management and how best to manage this sometimes difficult transition.
If management isn’t for you, there is plenty on offer from IfL to support you – whatever stage you are at in your career, or the context in which you work – including CPD resources, undertaking action research or master’s level programmes, progressing to Fellow status of IfL, or achieving Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) or Associate Teacher Learning and Skills (ATLS) status.
To continue to take advantage of the range of benefits of IfL membership, including InTuition, you are now invited to renew your membership for 2014-15. If you have not done so already, renewing your membership is easy and takes only a few minutes. Visit www.ifl.ac.uk or call us on 0800 093 9111.
As with every edition of InTuition, do keep in contact and let us know your thoughts on this edition at email@example.com.
I hope this edition helps put a spring in your step.
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