ENAT Associate Member
- Associate membership is available to private enterprises, public administrations, organisations under public law, academic institutions, professional bodies, non-governmental organisations, social cooperatives, private foundations and individuals.
- Associate membership is the most suitable category for most businesses and organisations that want to be fully involved in the ENAT networking arrangements and take advantage of most of the ENAT services but without having the obligation to take part in the management and decision-making of the association;
- Associate members may be located in Europe and other countries of the world;
- Associate members may join the ENAT Code of Good Conduct scheme, launched in October 2009. Signatories to the scheme will be allowed to market their organisation to customers using an exclusive European Label which shows that they are committed to the provisions of the ENAT Code of Good Conduct.
- Associate members have the right to participate in ENAT events at reduced rates;
- Associate members may draw on the services of the ENAT National Network in those countries where ENAT National Coordinators have been established. (Services offered in different countries may vary, as Coordinators develop their national activities);
- Persons or entities making their request to be Associate Members will be accepted as such by the Board of Directors.
- For organisations based in Europe, Associate Membership of ENAT includes up to five members of the personnel being designated as associate members (under the same fee).
- Associate Members may attend the ENAT General Assembly as Observers.
- Associate Members do not have voting rights at the General Assembly.
How to Apply
Any person or organisation wishing to be an Associate Member of the association should apply via the on-line registration procedure.
Registration may also take place in writing, by post, fax or email.
The Board of Directors examines the candidature and notifies the applicant about its decision. Its decision is without right of appeal and does not have to be justified. It is made available to the candidate on-line or by Email, or by ordinary letter or courier.
After registering via the on-line registration page, the applicant should pay the appropriate Associate Member's fee
See Categories and Fees page for details of prices and payment.