The Board is the governing body of the Society. It controls and directs ARMS’ business, including its committees and determines its promotion, policies, strategic planning and progress towards achievement of its mission and goals.
Read more about the Board.
The Accreditation Council plays an important role in the accreditation process, overseeing quality standards of module content and delivery agents and providing a measure of independence from the ARMS Executive over accreditation recommendations.
Read more to find out about the Accreditation Council.
Conferences and Major Events Standing Committee
The Conferences and Major Events Standing Committee is comprised of the Convenors of Conference Organising Committees to oversee major events, including the annual ARMS conference, the biennial AEN (Australasian Ethics Network) conference and, when necessary, INORMS (International Network of Research Management Societies) congress, as well as any other major events held by the Society e.g. the Australasian Research Training Network (ARTN) may hold an event in the future.
Read more to find out about the various Conference Organising Committees.
Education and Professional Development Standing Committee
The Education and Professional Development Standing Committee oversees the operational management and delivery of the Accreditation Program (Foundation and Professional) and other society-wide professional development activities.
Read more to learn more about the Education and Professional Development Standing Committee.
Governance, Finance and Audit Standing Committee
The Governance, Finance and Audit Standing Committee supports the Board to maintain the ARMS' by-laws and policies, assuring the rigour of governance election processes, monitoring the budgets and financials and managing the risk register.
Member Services Standing Committee
Contributes to the development and delivery mechanisms for services to members, including awards and scholarships, and is a formal mechanism for engaging with Chapters.