Who Can Join ENAT? Who Should Join ENAT?
ENAT is an association that caters for a wide range of members, drawn from the travel and tourism industry, the public sector, professionals and Non-Governmental Organisations. Individual members are also welcome. All of these can benefit from ENAT’s information and networking services.
ENAT consists of Associate members and Full members. Services to both types of members are identical but only Full members have voting rights and can stand for office in the association's Management Board.
Associate Members are not obliged to have a recognised “track record” in accessible tourism, nor do they have to demonstrate a certain “accessibility standard”, in order to join.
Associate members can become Full members after submitting a written application, detailing their competences and activities in accessible tourism to the satisfaction of the ENAT Board.
It is expected that all ENAT members will genuinely work to support accessible tourism in their area of activity.
Every member is therefore invited to sign-up to the ENAT Code of Good Conduct, as an expression of commitment to improve one's own performance, in accessible tourism.
Register here: http://www.accessibletourism.org/?i=enat.en.member
ENAT Members' Services and Advantages
Networking and Meetings
Active participation at reduced rates in ENAT Training Workshops and Seminars;
Active participation at reduced rates in ENAT International Conferences;
Active participation in the ENAT Annual General Assembly;
Opportunities for Participation in ENAT working committees;
Opportunities for participation in transnational project proposals and projects.
Information, Capacity-Building, Publicity and Marketing
Access to the Members-Only section of the ENAT website;
On-line information, projects database and resources;
Research requests directed to specialists;
Public listing of your Business profile in the ENAT Members' Directory (optional);
Access to ENAT publications, e-Bulletins, discussion groups, etc.;
Access to ENAT Members' contact information;
Representation and Monitoring
Representation towards the European Union (EU) and its constituent institutions, and at key European and international events;
Privileged and timely information on EU matters;
- Monitoring of EU affairs that impact on tourism regulators, providers, agents and customers.
Services for Sponsor Members
We encourage Members to demonstrate commitment to ENAT and proactive support for its work by becoming Sponsor Members.
Sponsor Membership confers additional privileges. See the Sponsors' Page for more information.