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Route to Fellowship (FICW)

Process for applying to become a Fellow of the Institute for Collaborative Working

The purpose of ICW fellowship (FICW) is to recognise individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the field of collaborative working.

To apply applicants are required to:

  • Have been a continuous member of the Institute for Collaborative Working for a minimum of 5 years
  • Submit a portfolio demonstrating outstanding contribution to collaborative working
  • Submit a current and up to date record of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) covering no fewer than 3 years
  • Submit references from two existing actively participating members of the ICW, one of which should be a Fellow of the Institute. The referees will also support the applicant and their portfolio development from their first-hand experience (referees must have been continuous ICW members for a minimum of 5 years)
  • Undertake a panel interview. The panel holds the final decision as to whether the criterion for fellowship has been met

Applicants must demonstrate that they:

  • have made an impact in the field of collaborative working through voluntary contributions to the ICW
  • are a peer-acknowledged expert with acclaimed contributions to field of collaborative working
  • have developed and supported the careers of others, especially less experienced professionals in the field of collaborative working
  • have made a voluntary contribution in the field of collaborative working through other means, including activities started as part of a work requirement but taken beyond the original brief

This list is not exhaustive. Applicants must demonstrate that they meet the criteria above, or equivalent, in order to be considered for Fellowship. Factors can include the depth and breadth of involvement, personal contribution, and activities that "go the extra mile".

Assessment of your application

Supporting evidence must support your criterion statement and demonstrate how you have made an outstanding contribution to collaborative working.

You must receive a score of 5 for all criterion:

Score Criterion
  • has made an impact in the field of collaborative working through voluntary contributions to the ICW
  • is a peer-acknowledged expert with acclaimed contributions to field of collaborative working
  • have developed and supported the careers of others, especially less experienced professionals in the field of collaborative working
  • has made a voluntary contribution in the field of collaborative working through other means, including activities started as part of a work requirement but taken beyond the original brief
1
  • Little or no evidence of contribution or impact
2
  • Contribution and/or impact is limited to day to day work activities
3
  • Contribution within the of executing their day to day work and interacting with the wider collaborative working community
  • Activity without significant impact
  • Evidence of a sustained commitment may be lacking
4
  • Evidence of a significant contribution and impact
  • Evidence of going above and beyond the requirements of membership
  • Evidence of a sustained commitment to the criterion
5
  • Evidence of both an exceptional contribution and impact
  • Evidence of longstanding excellence in going above and beyond the requirements of membership
  • Evidence of a longstanding commitment to the criterion

Panel

The panel comprises representatives from ICW executive, ambassador, advisory council and Professional Development SIG roles.

For further information, please contact us.

CentralPoint, 45 Beech Street, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AD . Email: enquiries@icw.uk.com . Phone: 0203 691 1530
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