In order to reach a wider audience and promote the successes of your local institute you can submit stories and articles to the CII's national publication - The Journal. Simply speak with your Regional Membership Manager who will be able to help you write an article for submission.
Your local institute’s e-flyer system is an easy to use communication which can be used to inform members of your activities on a regular basis. You can access the e-flyer system via the MY LI tab on this site.
Your local institute’s website is an easy to navigate portal for members who want to keep up to date with your activities. You can access the content management system via the MY LI tab on this site. Guidelines are hosted on the CMS and have been created to help you develop your local institute website to ensure it meets member needs. The guidelines provide step by step instructions on how to add, edit and delete new content associated with your events, news and other areas of interest to your members.
Your local institute brand is a vital part of how you communicate to your members. It delivers an instantly recognisable identity for your institute and ensures all communications are consistent and professional in appearance. Local institute logos consist of an arrangement of the CII and PFS logos and the name of your local institute; they can be accessed here.
You can promote your local institute’s key activities and local offering in a number of ways, including utilising tools developed by the regional membership team such as the e-flyer system, your website and marketing collateral such as printed events guides.