IAFC KnowledgeNet

Networking is one of the most valuable features of an IAFC membership. Designed specifically for members,  KnowledgeNet is a fast and simple way for members to connect and collaborate online.

KnowledgeNet logoKnowledgeNet expands your capabilities to beyond simple discussions by enabling document sharing and providing the ability to author a blog, access news and video, and post announcements all in one place. All while giving you the confidence of knowing you’re among your peers.

IAFC members are automatically enrolled in KnowledgeNet, gaining instant access to many others who face similar challenges and share common interests. It’s a new twist on the longstanding IAFC tradition of tools for members by members.

Video How to find resources, SOPs and SOGs shared by IAFC members on KnowledgeNet

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