About IMC Association
The International Management Centres Association (IMCA) is a professional association established in 1964 and a corporation noble granted the right to arms in the UK by the sovereign in 1985. IMCA conducts workplace action learning and awards professional qualifications. IMCA's work is supported by a distinguished Court of Honorary Members and work with more than 60 corporations around the globe.
IMCA is the leading global professional body for career and continuing professional development through lifelong action learning working in partnership with individuals and enterprise in Europe, The Americas, Asia, The Pacific and Africa.
IMCA is committed to advancing the professional and managerial careers of its Members both directly and with the support of the organizations with which they work and has exclusively espoused Action Learning and action research as the core processes for Member development. It intends to advance the understanding and dissemination of these processes of professional and managerial career development on a global basis.
IMCA believes that the 21st Century will see a major growth in demand for lifelong learning to meet both unavoidable and deliberate career changes and that its Members will receive from the Association the significant support required in such transitions.
It is professionally independent in order to serve the interests of its Members first and last but works whenever it can to further advance its Members' interest with other organizations.
The IMC Association is a global and multinational professional institution and requires affirmative action from its Members on programs of career development to improve the opportunities for the disadvantaged as well as moving forward with well advantaged individuals and organizations.