Accreditation must be achieved within a six-month period. On becoming a candidate member of NACCC you are allocated an assessor who checks and signs off your portfolio. They will also complete a site visit before signing off your accreditation.
By joining NACCC you can access various membership benefits including the provision of national standards and accreditation support – practical support and advice helping your centre achieve and maintain accreditation.
Organisations or individuals that are seeking membership of NACCC are normally in one of two positions. They are either established services or they are looking into setting up and running a service. We have therefore created two different routes that individuals or organisations need to follow to secure their accreditation by and membership of NACCC:
1. Are you looking to set up and run a new service? Click here to learn about the action points you need to have taken before joining as a Candidate.
2. Are you an established, existing centre? Click here to learn how to join us as a candidate.