You’re in good company!
Here are just some of the organisations whose communications professionals have already signed up.
Controlled Schools’ Support Council
The CSSC works on behalf of schools and the wider controlled education sector to enhance the quality of education provision. It focuses on advocacy – on behalf of individual schools and the wider controlled sector; ethos – to develop and maintain the ethos of the controlled sector; governance – to support the Education Authority regarding the appointment and training of governors; raising standards – to assist schools to further raise levels of achievement; and schools’ estate –to look at development plans for changes to school provision
Arts Council of Northern Ireland
The Funding and Development Agency for The Arts in Northern Ireland.
Tourism NI’s mission is to build the value of tourism to the local economy. Its vision is to confidently and passionately champion the development and promotion of the Northern Ireland experience.
Northern Ireland Big Lottery Fund
Big Lottery Fund is the largest community funder in the UK. Each year it distributes millions of pounds of the National Lottery’s good causes money to community groups and charitable projects around the country.
MATRIX, the Northern Ireland Science Industry Panel, is a business led expert panel, formed primarily to advise government, industry and academia on the commercial exploitation of R&D and science and technology in Northern Ireland. MATRIX produces regular, in depth reports which outline the work, findings and recommendations of specialist panels. These reports are an invaluable resource for anyone interested in how new technologies and market opportunities can be developed within the Northern Ireland economy and beyond.
Consumer Council for Northern Ireland
The principal statutory duty of the Consumer Council is to promote and safeguard the interests of consumers in Northern Ireland.
The Housing Executive
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive was established in 1971 as Northern Ireland’s strategic housing authority. It offers a range of services to people living in socially rented, privately rented and owner occupied accommodation as well as supporting and working with a number of other public bodies.
Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland
The Commissioner for Older People for NI is Eddie Lynch. Safeguarding and promoting the interests of older people.
General Teaching Council For Northern Ireland
The Council is a non Departmental Public Body (NDPB). Its sponsor Department is the Department of Education.
Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA)
DVA is responsible for licensing and testing vehicles and drivers in Northern Ireland. Their aim is to deliver improved road safety and better regulation of the transport sector. Responsibilities include driver licensing, vehicle and driver testing, responsibility for those who drive for a living and roadside enforcement.
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is the largest integrated health and social care Trust in the United Kingdom.
Department of Justice
DOJ’s objectives are centred around Problem-Solving Justice, which gives scope to drive strategies based on addressing the underlying causes of offending behaviour. Early intervention can help the individual and benefit wider society.
Northern Ireland Office
The Northern Ireland Office supports the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in promoting the best interests of Northern Ireland within a stronger United Kingdom. It ensures Northern Ireland interests are fully and effectively represented at Westminster and the heart of Government, and the Government’s responsibilities are fully and effectively represented in Northern Ireland.
Commission for Victims and Survivors
We at the Commission for Victims and Survivors for Northern Ireland believe passionately in our work and the rights of all victims and survivors to be heard, to be respected and to have access to services that are the best they can be.
Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) is Northern Ireland’s regional economic development agency. It supports business growth and inward investment, promotes innovation, research and development and in-company training, encourages exports and supports local economic development and company start up.
Western Health and Social Care Trust
The Western Health and Social Care Trust provides health and social care services across the super council areas of Strabane and Derry City, Fermanagh and Omagh District and a portion of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area.
Northern Ireland Water
Northern Ireland Water is a Government Owned Company (GoCo), set up in April 2007 to provide the water and sewerage services in Northern Ireland.
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council | Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
The Mid and East Antrim Borough Council area benefits from its strategic location within Northern Ireland. Its close proximity to both major airports, the Port of Belfast and, of course, the Port of Larne itself, make the area ideally suited for commerce.
HSC Public Health Agency
The Public Health Agency (PHA) was established in April 2009 as part of the reforms to Health and Social Care (HSC) in Northern Ireland. It is the major regional organisation for health protection and health and social wellbeing improvement.
Police Service of Northern Ireland
Policing with the Community is about understanding and responding to the human impact of policing. It is about creating real participation between the police and the community – a partnership in which policing reflects and responds to the community’s needs and in which the community plays an active part in delivering a solution.
Department of Finance
The Department of Finance (DoF) aims to help the Northern Ireland Executive secure the most appropriate and effective use of resources and services for the benefit of the community.
Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service
Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) serves the entire population of Northern Ireland, an area of over 5,500 square miles, with a population of 1.81 million, providing them with a range of fire and rescue services.
Northern Ireland Social Care Council
The NISCC helps to raise standards in the social care workforce by registering social care workers; setting standards for their conduct and practice and supporting their professional development.
NIPSO - Office of the Northern Ireland Ombudsman
The purpose of this office is to ensure that the people of Northern Ireland are served by a fair and efficient public administration that is committed to accountability, openness and quality of service.
Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland
The FSA in Northern Ireland is responsible for devolved matters relating to food safety, standards, nutrition and dietary health in Northern Ireland.
The Health and Social Care Board
The Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) is a statutory organisation which arranges or commissions health and social care services for the population of Northern Ireland. The HSCB accountable to the Health Minister, turning their vision for health and social care into a range of services that deliver high quality and safe outcomes for patient and service users, are good value for the taxpayer, and comply with statutory duties.
Queen's University Belfast
Founded in 1845 as Queen’s College Belfast, QUB became an independent university in 1908. Today, Queen’s is a member of the Russell Group, combining excellence in research and education with a student-centred ethos.
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland is the independent regulator of charities in Northern Ireland, responsible for ensuring Northern Ireland has a dynamic and well governed charities sector in which the public can have confidence.
Institute of Public Health in Ireland
The Institute of Public Health in Ireland (IPH) is committed to improving the health of communities across the island of Ireland through public health approaches.
The aim of the Ulster-Scots Agency is to promote the study, conservation, development and use of Ulster-Scots as a living language, to encourage the full range of its attendant culture; and to promote an understanding of the history of the Ulster Scots.