Membership Benefits

As an Individual Member you will receive:

  • The INOU e-newsletter, the e-Bulletin every six to eight weeks
  • A copy of the comprehensive annual publication, Working for Work that explores welfare information,training, education and job seeking options
  • An invitation to an introductory meeting in the INOU
  • Invitations to meetings with other INOU Individual Members every six weeks to two months
  • Access to the INOU's expert Welfare Rights/Welfare Rights Information

Individual Members who attend an introductory meeting and an Individual Member can become an INOU General Branch member. The General Branch selects a Branch member on to the INOU's governing body, the National Executive Committee (NEC). The General Branch can also submit motions to the organisation's Annual Delegate Conference.

As an Affiliated Organisation you will receive:

  • Issues of the INOU e-newsletter, the e-Bulletin every six to eight weeks
  • An allocation of the comprehensive annual publication, Working for Work that explores welfare information, training, education and job seeking options
  • A reduced rate for all INOU Calendar training
  • Priority booking for INOU Training
  • Invitations to INOU Conferences, Seminars and Events
  • Opportunities, depending on your category of membership, to influence the work of the INOU by standing for election to the INOU's NEC and submitting motions to the Annual Delegate Conference which if successful will inform part of the INOU's work in the year ahead
  • Access to the INOU's expert Welfare Rights/Welfare to Work Information service