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Dear Members,

Without any prejudice to what other associations are saying here is our view on current situation with COVID-19 lockdown and getting back to work.

The government is doing the best they can to stop spreading of the virus. They have protocols and ‘Road Map' in place to follow in order to stop the disease.

Asking them to speed-up this regulation would be just reckless if you care for your own health and the others.

NRRI Office announcement - COVID-19

Dear Members & Friends,

New NRRI Networking Group is forming in Co. Cork

Their first meeting will take place on Friday 27th February at 7pm in Bru Columbas, Wilton, Co. Cork.

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NRRI was established in 1998 as a registered non-profit making professional body to regulate the practice of reflexology in Ireland as a complementary therapy, through qualified registered members and affiliated schools.
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To comply with current best practice and to afford our members the utmost credibility of professional status, the NRRI has implemented an optional system of CPD - Continuous Professional Development - for our paid-up members.

Registration of membership entitles a member to Full NRRI Membership, renewable in a year's time with the option of maintaining Full Membership or adopting Associate Membership.

Full Membership: this option is open to all members and would be essential for a therapist intending to practise professionally. Full Members are accredited by LAYA Healthcare, AVIVA Health and VHI Healthcare for reflexology and are listed on our website for referrals, free of charge. Full insurance cover is obligatory. Annual fee: €140.

To maintain Full Membership members are required to renew their annual membership as usual with an accumulation of 200 CPD credits biennialy of which a minimum of 100 credits must relate to reflexology.

Before undertaking a course for credits, one would be well advised to ascertain that the Credit rating has been agreed with the NRRI. Details of some CPD courses are available on our website. Here are some guidelines about CPD Credits Rating and First Aid Training CPD Credit Rating

CPD Forms are issued with renewals and new registrations to enable members to keep validated records of their credits, to be submitted with their renewals; further forms are available on request only.

Associate Membership: this option is suitable for a person who simply wishes to practise on family and friends in non-professional capacity, or for a member who simply wants to ‘keep in touch' with the complementary sector. An associate member receives the quarterly journal. CPD credits are not required and insurance is discretionary. Annual fee: €50.

Please contact the registry office (086-8159855) with any queries relating to CPD. 

Reviewed, January 2019


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