IRP Advocacy

Being recognised as the best in a competitive industry rests on the strength of your in-house talent.

We offer a company membership purchase scheme for organisations looking to invest in their staff and talent retention through our IRP Advocacy programme. IRP Advocacy isn’t just an investment in staff: it signifies commitment to the industry and professional standards.


Standout as an employer of choice
Becoming an IRP Advocate will help your company find and retain the best talent, giving you the edge over other employers through demonstrating your commitment to supporting staff development and professional growth. IRP Advocacy turns good recruiters into great recruiters, and assures clients you adhere to the highest codes of practice.

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Make the right investment for your business

Investing in staff will raise the service your business delivers to clients, and can prove invaluable in securing contracts. As an IRP Advocate your staff will become fully registered members of the IRP, with access to expert industry-specific knowledge banks, legal advice and CPD opportunities designed to raise them above the crowd.

How to join

If you'd like to become an IRP Advocate, or need further information or advice, please contact our Account Manager Joseph Solich on 020 7009 2145 or email 


Featured IRP Advocacy case study- Meridian Business Support


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Upcoming training and events


10 Essential Skills for Temporary Recruiters (Aberdeen)

16 August 2019

Training your staff – How to do a skills audit

It’s a good time to be in recruitment.

15 August 2019

Setting up a recruitment business – where to start

Despite the uncertainties around Brexit, the industry continues to grow and our experts forecast

15 August 2019

IRP September 2019: Workplace culture

You’ve been named in the UK’s Best Workplaces for Women and UK’s Best Workplaces, and won an Exc

Public sector, Education 14 August 2019