What qualifies as a corporate membership?
Corporate Membership is open to companies that offer high-quality courses or therapies through a platform, but may not have personal qualifications in the subjects they offer. These courses or therapies are either written by a professional or are provided by other professional trainers, teachers, or therapists. Companies offering more than 50 courses may also require this level of membership.
You will need to send details of the official website where you intend to use the IPHM logo showing your affiliation. This will need to be submitted for our approval. All courses that you wish to have approved should be listed as we will only accredit the courses that will be listed on your profile (not just your own website).
What is the difference between a Corporate and Training Provider membership
Training Provider - A Training Provider is an individual who has both the qualifications and experience to offer training to others. They may also have other people working for them, either on a self-employed basis or as employees of the training school.
Corporate Provider - A Corporate Provider is a company or business that provides high-quality courses or therapies through a platform, but may not have personal qualifications in the subjects they offer. Instead, they rely on professionals, trainers, teachers, or therapists who either write the materials or offer their services to the company.
For details to join IPHM corporate membership please see below: