The National Association of Care & Support Workers is the only organisation that truly represents the interests of everyone working in the care working vocation.
Whether you work in domicilary or residential care, in a care home or with private clients, are employed or self-employed, we're here to support and represent you.
So, what are you waiting for?
Benefits of Membership
The National Association of Care & Support Workers is the only organisation that truly represents the interests of everyone working in the care-working profession.
There is no other organisation that represents all of the carer workforce: care workers, support workers, healthcare assistants, care assistant, community support workers, PA's, live-in carers, employed or self-employed.
There are great advantages of being a member; many are not available from any other professional body.
- Voluntary registration identifies you as a NACAS accredited and professional Social Care Practitioner
- Certificate of Accreditation
- Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
- Individual online profile to record your training, qualifications and experience
- Discounted DBS clearance and registration on the DBS Update Service
- Letters of Good Standing and endorsements for job applications and interviews
- General support and guidance concerning your career
- Access to discounted liability insurance
- FREE Membership of Total Motor Assist accident management
- Medicash Personal Health Plan
- Discounted accident, sickness and unemployment income protection
- Discounted travel insurance
- Discounts from high street retailers and much more
- Access to Employment & Contract Advice
- Access to FREE legal advice
The Assocation aspires to set the standards that become the policies adopted and acclaimed by governments and health professionals in the UK.
In addition, the Association ensures that the profession and its members are acting in the best interests of the public.
The Association lobbies at local, regional and national levels to ensure that members have access to development opportunities suited to their skills and aspirations.
The Association will work with employers to recognise your contribution to service delivery and reward you appropriately for your skills and responsibilities.
Making your voice heard
The people who are members of the Association ARE the Association. Association members can make their views known. Members can put themselves forward for election as members of the Board of Directors – the organisation's policy and decision making body.