The NACAS Roll of Members

As a responsible professional body, NACAS maintains a roll of its members, which also serves to demonstrate a member’s commitment to the care working vocation.

Registration with a Regulator

It should be noted that the NACAS roll of members is entirely administrative and should not be confused with or seen as a replacement for any statutory or official registers held by a social care regulator.

It is the responsibility of the individual care worker, and/or the provider to ensure that where compulsory registration with a care regulator is required, that this is carried out. NACAS assumes NO responsibility for this, but can offer advice if a care worker is unsure.

Professional Standards Authority

NACAS states as one of its aims and objectives, greater regulation of the carer workforce. To this end we are working with the Professional Standards Authority to explore how – supported by robust, relevant policies and procedures – NACAS could gain accreditation for a suitable voluntary register of Care Workers. This is very much a work in progress, however, once accedited, members on our roll will have proof of their personal commitment to meeting high professional standards. This will also offer protection and assurance to members of the public and organisations employing Care and Support Workers that individuals are committed to their profession and career.

Search the Roll of Members

NACAS protects the identity of its members, however there may be circumstances when members themselves may choose to offer proof of their membership as they develop their career by providing their membership PIN to a relevant individual or organisation. That individual or organisation can then obtain confirmation of membership by entering the membership PIN into the search field and clicking the search button.

Please note NACAS officials will not undertake a member search without the express permission of the member.

Enter your membership PIN

Cancellation of Membership

NACAS reserves the right to cancel the membership of any member who it reasonably considers to have breached its Code of Ethics or acted in a manner that the Association believes brings disrepute to our vocation, its members, employers and NACAS.