AOP Council elections 2020

We are looking for passionate members to put themselves forward to become AOP Council representatives. No previous experience required

Council group photograph
Nominations for vacancies on AOP Council were open from 24 February until 20 March. 

The AOP would like to thank everyone who has put themselves forward for election or appointment to our Council.

Due to the many urgent challenges facing our members at this time we have taken the difficult decision to pause the 2020 AOP Council elections.

All of the nominees have been contacted. We will let them and all our members know when we resume the election process. No-one will need to re-submit their nomination/application. 

If you have any questions about the paused 2020 AOP Council elections please contact [email protected]

The work of an AOP Councillor

AOP Councillors represent members and help to ensure that members’ views across the UK and the profession are represented in policymaking. A significant element of a Councillor’s role is to communicate with members through various channels and to collate and present their opinions, interests and concerns at the three annual Council meetings.

Our Councillors also promote and actively encourage membership of the AOP, attend regional CET events, and refer members to the right person within the AOP to provide answers, advice and support.

Councillors have told us that being part of the AOP Council is a rewarding experience, with opportunities to develop new skills, network and to help bring about positive change to the future of the profession.

More information about the AOP Council

Meet and contact your AOP Councillors.

Should you have any questions or require any additional information, please email [email protected]