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2020-09-15
NRRI ACCREDITED PRACTITIONER's DIPLOMA 2020/2021

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2020-06-22
GUIDE FOR MEMBERS TO RE-OPEN

Dear Members!
We have prepared brief
guidelines for you on how
to safely re-open your
practice.

>>GUIDE>>

We hope you will find
it useful. ;-)

2020-05-23
NRRI Office announcement - COVID-19 - REPLY FROM MINISTER OF HEALTH

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.

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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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Criteria regarding eligibility for NRRI Registration & Membership

(This document annuls all previous documents relating to criteria for NRRI membership)

The National Register of Reflexologists (Ireland) Ltd. is an autonomous institution and applications for membership can be declined or accepted without explanation at the discretion of the Trustees and the Registrar.

General guidelines for eligibility:

1. Graduates awarded diplomas by NRRI Affiliated School are fully eligible.

2. Applicants awarded diplomas by NRRI Accredited schools prior to September 2010 are eligible.

3. Graduates with ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology (QQI Level 5 / FETAC Level 6), VTCT and CIBTAC are eligible for membership but might be subject for increased NRRI CPD PROGRAMME requirements at the discretion of the Registrar (based on individual case).

4. Applicants who hold other Diploma in Reflexology than mentioned above, but who have been in professional practice for a minimum of three years may be admitted on the basis of an individual review at the discretion of the Registrar.

 5. Applicants who hold other Diplomas in Reflexology then mentioned above, but have no professional practice experience may be admitted on the basis of an individual review and assessment at the discretion of the Registrar.

6. Discretionary admissions and refusals do not imply accreditation, approval or disapproval of any school or examining body, and do not constitute any precedent.

7. Full membership is available to registered members who are engaged in professional practice, who have provided evidence of current personal insurance, and who engage in the NRRI programme of Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

8. Full Membership confers accreditation by private health insurance providers (VHI, Irish Life, GLO and LAYA) and a free listing on the NRRI website for referrals.

9. Associate membership is available to registered members who do not wish to engage in full time professional practice but who like to keep in touch and have an interest in the development of reflexology. Personal insurance and the NRRI programme of continuous professional development are optional.

10. Student membership is available to all students studying the Diploma in Reflexology.

Current Fees:
Registration €30 (NRRI) or €60 (Non-NRRI)
First Year Membership €100.
Full Membership €120 p.a.
Associate membership €50 p.a.
Student membership free (NRRI) or €30 (Non-NRRI)
Re-registration: Members are notified one month in advance when membership renewals are due. In cases where a membership has lapsed for more than three months there is am option to change renewal month for the current one for additional €20.

Issued, July 2017

 

 

 

 

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