What are National Networks?

National Networks bring together groups of members who share particular areas of professional practice, or who have common interests. National Networks are a constituted division under AMaGA's organisational structure and as such each one has a committee and reporting responsibilities. Any member of a Network can join the committee.

Membership of the National Networks is open only to current members of AMaGA. Join now to access our National Networks. Already a member? Visit the Network's page and sign up.

Most National Networks charge an additional small fee on top of membership. This fee goes towards Network-member benefits such as bursaries to professional development events, newsletters and organising workshops and seminars throughout the year.

Most National Networks have a stream or pre-day event at the National Conference.

Members and non-members are welcome to sign up for Interest Groups. Different from National Networks, Interest Groups are a web-based group which filtered information on this website and delivers it to your Portal. You will also receive targeted communications based on your selections. Sign up for as many Interest Groups as you like.