NIROMP Communities of Practice

We give strong emphasis on leadership of the community of IROs by learning from each other and sharing what works. All events are held online via M-Teams and are provided at no cost. Our community brings together IROs and IRO leaders and managers with a range of experience, skills and subject matter expertise.

We believe in the power of collaboration and share a common goal to create positive change together with the aim of ultimately improving the lives of children and young people in care and adults with care experience.

NIROMP is a a non-fee paying leadership group for Independent Reviewing Officers and IRO Managers achieved through good will, voluntary unpaid efforts and collaboration.

NIROMP Communities of Practice are for practising Independent Reviewing Officers and those who manage them. Information about forthcoming events is provided at the foot of this page.

To register for an event you must use your work email address.

Upcoming Events

Mental health

Anti-Racism

Benefits of registering with NIROMP

  • Join colleagues in sharing best practices and creating new knowledge to advance professional practice.
  • Hear from guest speakers and share learning from the latest research.
  • Learn more about what works and support with data collection and analysis
  • Introduction to resources that will help you make effective use of guidance, tools and new insights relevant to practice.
  • Opportunities to network and learn from others
  • Updates on latest initiatives and research.
  • Update your CPD.

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If you are a practising IRO or a manager of IROs, you can also register to join your regional network.

Register with NIROMP

If you are a practising IRO or a manager of IROs and you haven’t already joined our network – let us know. Join us!

Our community brings together IROs and IRO leaders and managers with a range of experience, skills and subject matter expertise.

We believe in the power of collaboration and share a common goal to create positive change together with the aim of ultimately improving the lives of children and young people in care and adults with care experience.