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IoIC Fellows are an elite group of IC professionals who have been judged by their peers to have made a significant contribution to their profession.

 

Why apply for a Fellowship?


For starters, it brings advantages over and above the standard Member benefits – and not just being able to add the letters FIIC to your name.

“It’s a public, highly respected quality mark,” says IoIC president Suzanne Peck. “As an institute, we value the diversity that professionals with differing backgrounds and abilities bring to the sector and we want to continue to recognise effective contribution.”

Being a Fellow will also open up new opportunities, sharing your expertise and knowledge with other IoIC members at national and regional levels and through mentoring activities.


Eligibility


You must be shaping the strategy, design, delivery or management of IC, or
  • Be responsible for a significant portfolio of IC projects or people, or
  • Be acknowledged as an expert in a particular IC subject area, or
  • Be delivering IC education and training.
You’ll also need to have been involved with the IC sector for at least 10 years and demonstrated a strong commitment to your own personal development.

Applications


Fellowship applications are reviewed by the panel twice a year as follows:
  • Applications deadline: 30 April 
  • Fellowships announced: July
  • Applications deadline: 30 September
  • Fellowships announced: November
If you are not currently an IoIC member you can apply to join as a Certified Member (CIIC) and then apply for Fellowship.

To apply, complete the application form and, if successful at that stage, you may be asked to sit an interview panel to verify your experience and commitment to internal communication.

Find out more about the most recent IoIC Fellows.
 
 
  • 21st June 2022
    Our latest IoIC Fellow Joanna Parsons, head of internal communications & culture with teamwork, discusses overcoming a case of imposter syndrome, being a “silo surfer” and the impact...
  • 14th June 2022
    After over 20 years of working in internal comms, Jo Bland, head of strategic engagement and internal communications at NHS Digital, has received a Fellowship in the profession. She tells us why...
  • 9th June 2022
      IoIC has produced new guidance on ethical communication as part of a renewed focus on raising standards in the internal communication profession. IoIC has published a guide for members on...
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