New Membership and Training certificates launched

Certificates of Membership

SELECT has launched new Membership and Training certificates as part of an ongoing refresh of all print and digital material.

The new-look Membership documents are designed to replace existing plastic cards, with a paper copy posted to each Member business once annual subscriptions are paid.

A digital PDF version will also be emailed to each Member business for their records, with duplicate copies also available in case the original is lost or damaged.

New Training certificates will also be issued to candidates who successfully complete any of our many courses now available at The Walled Garden and at other venues across Scotland.

Iain Mason, Head of Membership & Communications at SELECT, said: “These new certificates are fresh and modern, and have been designed to reflect the professional work carried out by both SELECT and its many Member businesses.

“The new documents are part of an ongoing refresh of all SELECT digital and print material, which will see us update items where necessary and introduce new collateral to help Members understand and access our many services and benefits.”

Iain added: “As part of this refresh, we are currently reviewing options to introduce more technical brochures that Members can pass on to consumers, such as the recent fire regulations booklet designed for home-owners and landlords.

“We know such material is helpful to Members as it helps explain important technical matters simply and clearly to the public, and stresses the importance of using a qualified electrician to carry out any work.”

SELECT’s latest guide, Cause for Alarm, was launched in November to help the public understand new regulations about smoke, fire and carbon monoxide alarms, which came into effect earlier this year.

  • Note: One-off plastic Membership cards will still be made available to Members who specifically require them. Email memberservices@select.org.uk or call 0131 445 5577 for details.
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