Juno renewal process

Juno Supporter renewal

A department’s Juno Supporter status is valid for three years. Departments will be allowed one renewal at Supporter level, after three years, with the expectation that they will submit for Practitioner before this renewal expires (ie within six years of becoming a Supporter).  

Departments are expected to engage with the Juno programme as a Supporter by attending Juno workshops, discussing progress with the Diversity Team, linking with other Juno departments or requesting an informal visit.

Should a department not submit for Practitioner within six years of becoming a Supporter (except under exceptional circumstances), they will be removed from the list of Juno Supporters.

Juno Practitioner renewal

Departments are granted Practitioner status for three years. They will be allowed one renewal at Practitioner level, after three years, with the expectation that they will submit for Champion before the renewal expires (ie within six years of becoming a Practitioner).

Departments are expected to promote their Practitioner award, within the department, university and nationally. The Diversity Team may ask Practitioners to contribute to workshops, share good practice and provide case studies for use on the web.

Full details of the submission requirements for both Supporter and Practitioner can be found in the Juno code of practice.

Juno Champion renewal

From November 2017 the Juno Champion renewal process will be changing from a three year to four year award. A two part renewal is also being introduced with a visit to the Champion department at year three and a paper renewal in year four. Champions affected by this will have been contacted but full details of the new process will be available on the web pages shortly.

If you would like further information or to discuss the renewal process please contact us on juno@iop.org.