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Naace Membership Categories

Author: Naace Office
Naace membership is divided into different categories. This article explains the differences between them.

The new membership categories as revised by the Board of Management from 1st September 2008.

NameFeeEligibilityServices and rights
Student£10Anyone who commits to the aims and code of practice of the association and is in full time education, or is undertaking training as a student teacher by whatever route.
  • voting rights;
  • online services (write access), news service and journal / publications;
  • Member level discount on selected events
NQT£20Anyone who commits to the aims and code of practice of the association and is currently undertaking their NQT year.
  • voting rights;
  • online services (write access), news service and journal / publications;
  • Member level discount on selected events
Senior£30Individuals who commit to the aims and code of practice of the association and were formally active within educational ICT but are now officially retired (NB. does not include those engaged in consultancy in a semi-retired capacity).
  • voting rights;
  • online services (write access), news service and journal / publications;
  • Member level discount on selected events
Affiliate Member£60Anyone who commits to the aims and code of practice of the association. (Suitable for individuals who were formally active within educational ICT and wish to remain informed.)
  • voting rights;
  • rights to view website including publications, news services
  • online services (read access), news service and journal / publications;
  • NO discounts to events
Member£100Anyone who commits to the aims and code of practice of the association.
  • voting rights;
  • online services (write access), news service and journal / publications;
  • Member level discount on selected events
Fellow
(NB. this category will be introduced post Sept 1st 2008)
£125Any Member that has provided evidence of having made a sustained and leading contribution to the Naace community, and commits to continue to do so while a Fellow.
Evidence might include:
  • articles written in Naace publications;
  • an active blog within Naace Communities;
  • contribution and collaboration in Naace reporting or talklists;
  • establishing a 'community of practice' on Naace Communities;
  • voluntary service on a Naace committee or the Board
  • voting rights;
  • online services (write access), news service and journal / publications;
  • listed as a "Fellow" page on main website.
  • Access to invitation only "Fellows Events";
  • Member level discount on selected events
Group membership3 members = £270
5 members = £425
+ 5 members = £425 + affiliate member fee per additional person)
Employees of a cohesive group ie: School, company, LA, Government body, where that organisation might pay subscriptions on their behalf at the same point in the year.Rights of Member. Individuals wishing to 'upgrade' to Fellow status will no longer be part of the Group, but will be liable to pay the full Fellow status fee, without refund, as soon as they have been accepted.
Library SubscriptionUK= £225
Overseas = £250
Educational Institutions eg. colleges wanting access to information 'collateral' of the AssociationRights of Member including website and online systems within the computers restricted to the institution.

Small Primary School

£125

Small primary schools wanting access to information 'collateral' of the AssociationRights of Affiliate Member including website and online systems within the computers restricted to the institution.

Rights of Member including website and online systems within the computers restricted to the institution.

Member level discount on selected events

Large Primary School (>=100 pupils) Subscription£175Large primary schools wanting access to information 'collateral' of the Association

Rights of Member including website and online systems within the computers restricted to the institution.

Member level discount on selected events

Secondary School Subscription£225Secondary schools wanting access to information 'collateral' of the Association

Rights of Member including website and online systems within the computers restricted to the institution.

Member level discount on selected events

Life MembershipFreeAnyone who commits to the aims and code of practice of the association, and through exceptional service to the ICT Community has been granted this honour by the Board of ManagementAll rights of being a "Fellow" and listed on the website as a Life member.
Naace Membership Categories
Naace membership is divided into different categories. This article explains the differences between them.