The Annual General Meeting of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors will take place at 17:45 on Tuesday 25th April 2017 at Staverton Estate, Daventry Road, Daventry NN11 6JT.

Up to four seats are available on Council via election at this meeting. Council is the governing body and comprises members who become trustees on election. Trustees provide advice, expertise and insight on strategic, professional and policy issues to ensure that the Institute governs prudently against the agreed strategic plan, ‘Towards 2020’. The Institute seeks to encourage a diverse, skilled Council with a broad range of expertise and particularly seeks those with knowledge of contemporary change taking place in charity governance and governance processes.

Council sits four times per year and may meet remotely via conference call at other times. New trustees, who each serve a three-year term, are offered an induction into the role on joining Council. The role is unpaid but travelling expenses are available. If you are interested in serving as a trustee then please consider standing for election.

Vacancies on Council
a) President Elect
b) Chair of Professional Affairs Board (PAB)
c) Up to two Ordinary Members of Council
Positions are open to and via nomination by Registered Members, Fellows and Honorary Fellows.
d) Graduate Member Representative
The position is open to and via nomination by Graduate Members only.

Vacancies on PAB
Two vacancies to be filled by and via nominations by Registered Members, Fellows or Honorary Fellows only.

Nomination procedure
Nominations may be made only on the forms below which must be signed and posted to the Institute address or submitted by email to to arrive at the Institute offices no later than 24th February 2017.

Nomination Form for Council 2017
Nomination Form for PAB 2017

Proposals for changes to the General Regulations
Proposals for changes by Ordinary Resolution to the General Regulations should be sent to the Chief Executive at the Institute office no later than 24th February 2017.

Stephen Barraclough
Chief Executive
Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors