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Frequently Asked Questions

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First of all you must be a member of IAFR and your membership fee paid. You receive the password by email after paying your membership fee. The password is valid for a year (April-March) and you will receive a new one always in April after paying the membership fee.

All IAFR webinars are run on our eLearning platform. You must create an account and log in to the eLearning site. From there you can access all our webinars and courses.

If you are a member, you have received a voucher code after paying the membership fee (that’s usually in April). Giving the voucher code on the eLearning site allows you to enjoy the webinars for free. As a member you access the webinars via a yearly webinar series – not as individual webinars.

If you are not a member of the IAFR, you pay the webinar fee on the eLearning site. You may purchase an individual webinar or the yearly series.

We are glad you asked! Our membership service is called LoveAdmin. You can log in using the email address you gave, when you joined the IAFR. If you have no idea what your password is, use the “Forgot Password” link on the log in page.

Membership Secretary

membership@iafr.org.uk
Membership enquiries

Honorary Secretary

secretary@iafr.org.uk

Chair & Vice Chair

chair@iafr.org.uk
vicechair@iafr.org.uk

Education Officer

education@iafr.org.uk
Education, events, webinars and eLearning platform

Communications Officer

communications@iafr.org.uk
Website, social media

DVI Co-ordinator

dvi@iafr.org.uk
Disaster victim identification

Social Media

The IAFR communicates in social media via Facebook, Instagram and X. Our presence in social media follows our Social Media Policy.

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