Help create collaborative regional L&D communities

Regional Advocates play a very important role as part of the ILP team. They represent ILP within their local region, connecting and supporting members and the wider L&D community.

Regional advocates are expected to perform three roles and responsibilities:

  1. Liaise with relevant groups/individuals to increase new and retain existing members.
  2. Organise regular ILP events in coordination with head office.
  3. Support and help local members.

There are lots of incentives as ILP appreciates the help of our Regional Advocates. Contact us today for more information.


Who can become a Regional Advocate?

  • Minimum three years as an ILP Fellow
  • Preference will be given to ILP’s Certified Learning Professionals
  • Experience: minimum seven years in L&D industry
  • Living in region/city for at least three years
  • Passionate about L&D and supporting others.

Register your interest to become a Regional Advocate