Become a Client Partner
Research Society Client Partnership is cost-effective way to get included individual memberships for your team along with training and conference discounts; tailored in-house training; and free resources and benefits.
Be recognised as an organisation that adheres to the Code of Professional Behaviour and enjoy a core package of benefits designed to increase your compliance, capability and commercial strength.
Starting at $880 (for 2 x included individual memberships), Client Partners receive 20% off Training and 10% off Society Conference tickets. You also receive free in-house privacy and standards training conducted by our Professional Standards Officer and numerous free resources and toolkits.
Steps on becoming Client Partner:
- Read through the Client Partner information brochure (below) and see which package best suits your team. Our packages are based on the number of company paid Research Society individual memberships held by employees of your organisation. The more individual memberships your organisation has, the cheaper the cost per member is!
- Get in touch with one of our team who will assist in organising your Client Partner package. Call 02 9566 3100 or email email@example.com
- Sign the Quality Commitment form, agreeing to your organisations commitment to our ethical Code of Professional Behaviour.
- Start receiving Partner benefitsincluding Client partner branding; a 20% discount on all Society training courses, masterclasses and webinars; 10% discount on Society Conference tickets for members covered by the partnership; free in-house privacy and standards training; and numerous free training and compliance resources and toolkits.
The Research Society Fair Data Program
Access to the Fair Data Program is also available for client organisations for a discounted yearly rate of $500 (incl.GST). Organisations that achieve certification can display the Fair Data mark to signal to the public best practice handling, usage and storage of customer information. Fair Data is an international standard that for the first time establishes a public facing mark to reassure consumers that the research is carried out honestly, objectively and with respect for the participant.