Conservative chairman Brandon Lewis has outlined plans he says will "stamp out" Islamophobia in the party.
He said diversity training would be offered to all members and local associations would report back on how complaints were handled.
He told ConservativeHome the party would work with TellMAMA, which monitors anti-Muslim activity.
The Muslim Council of Britain welcomed the "positive step" but said it fell short of the full inquiry it wants.
Conservative peer Baroness Warsi, who was the first female Muslim cabinet minister, has also called for a full inquiry into alleged Islamophobia in the party.