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Membership 

SASC welcomes professionals as members: Individuals and organisations who demonstrate through their professional activities support of the objects of SASC. 

There are 3 types of membership: 

Associate Membership Individuals who demonstrate they have some ongoing involvement with the activities of the Company as set out in the Memorandum of Association. All holders of a current SpLD Assessment Practising Certificate will be considered Associate Members of SASC. Individuals wishing to apply for an SpLD Assessment Practising Certificate should contact their professional body. On initial application for an SpLD APC your issuing body will ask your consent to share details with SASC in order to activate your SASC Associate Membership. The annual fee for associate membership is included in your APC contribution to SASC [currently £5 per annum]. You may choose to opt out of Associate Membership by contacting your professional body or SASC, info@sasc.org.uk.

Associate members will have access to SASC newsletters, an opportunity to contribute to the development of SASC, reduced rates to SASC conferences, a listing on the SASC website as assessors, and other benefits which the board, from time to time, may determine. 

Members [Full membership] Individuals who demonstrate through their professional activities, as from time to time determined by the board, support of the objects of SASC, complete an application form, describe their professional roles, how they support SASC’s objects and pay the appropriate fee.

Members will have full voting rights, access to SASC newsletters, reduced rates to SASC conferences, an opportunity to contribute to the development of SASC and other benefits which the board, from time to time, may determine. Holders of an SpLD Assessment Practising Certificate may upgrade to full membership by completing the application form as described above and paying the appropriate annual fee.

Annual fee for Full Membership is £35.

Corporate membership Organisations, institutions or companies which demonstrate through their aims and activities support of the objects of SASC, complete an application form, including a statement of their objects and mission, and describe how they support SASC’s objects and pay the appropriate fee.

Corporate Members will have access to SASC newsletters, reduced rates to SASC conferences for 2 individuals, an opportunity to contribute to the development of SASC and other benefits which the board, from time to time, may determine.

Annual fee for Corporate Membership is £100.

SASC would like to encourage active engagement from members and draw on their expertise. In supporting SASC’s objects please let us  know any particular areas you would be willing to contribute to? [indicating all that may apply]

Assessment Issues            Evaluating Age appropriate test tools   

Improving standards in education provision           Quality Assurance    

Training          

Other [Please specify]

Download an application form from this page. Send completed application forms to SASC Ltd, PO Box 10, Evesham, Worcs WR11 1ZQ