Why use NRAC?
Competency. Professionalism. Independence.
Within our membership you can find expertise to assist with a wide range of accessibility and inclusive design related matters, including:
- Inclusive design advisory services for projects
- Access audits of existing environments
- Policy and procedural advice
- Assistance with Heritage Lottery and other funding
- Training in relation to access and inclusive design
Whether you are looking to capitalise on the benefits of inclusive design, or to assure yourself your organisation is meeting its legal obligations, NRAC accredited Access Consultants and Access Auditors are uniquely placed to advise.
Members of the NRAC have been subject to a rigorous two part assessment including professional interview to prove their competence. As part of their assessment to join our register members have to demonstrate they meet our defined core competencies; a unique combination of understanding in relation to legislation, technical standards and user needs applicable to disability access and inclusive design, including the Equality Act 2010 (which replaced the DDA).
Our members are professionals accountable to their clients under the terms of the NRAC’s code of practice. Download the Code of Practice below. They are required to maintain professional indemnity insurance and continuing professional development (CPD) which is evidenced on an annual basis. We welcome feedback on the performance of our members through this feedback form.
NRAC accredited Access Consultants and Access Auditors are required to act with integrity, independence and objectivity in the delivery of their services. Members have a duty to regard their client’s interests as paramount at all times; they promote informed decision making.
Download the Client Guide below.