Have you read our aims? Then you will appreciate that NARCH is all about making sure Canine Hydrotherapists operate to rules and guidelines which ensure the highest standards of professionalism and animal care.
NARCH is a not for profit organisation run by the members for the members. Membership fees are used to fund administration, our website and advertising. Remaining funds provide training seminars and discounted CPD for RCHs.
NARCH is committed to efficient, reliable and friendly service to all members. After all, we have been established to support professionals and the public so why would we be anything other than this? We are committed to looking after RCHs and members of the public in a timely manner.
Membership will start from the day at which your initial membership fee has been paid. It is the individuals' responsibility to ensure that they complete the registration process correctly, to enable processing and membership activation by NARCH as soon as possible. If you have any queries during the process please do not hesitate to contact us.
Registration Certificates and Membership packs will be shipped within 14 days of payment of Initial Registration fee and completion of Registration.
Your membership will run for 12 months from the point of joining or renewal. Please note that no refunds will be made for cancellation of membership within the initial 12 month period of Registration and inclusion on the NARCH List. Also please note that no refund will be made if a member is removed from the List by NARCH as a result of a disciplinary matter.
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NARCH COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE NO 1 dated 24TH
Following the Prime Minister's address to the Country at 20.30 hrs on 23rd MARCH 2020 in which the Government issued instructions to stop all but essential contact, all NARCH Hydrotherapy Centres should close with immediate effect.
The Prime Minister stated that this is a NATIONAL EMERGENCY.
The measures we are all being asked to put in place are to protect and preserve the health of the Nation - our staff, our clients, the general public, our families, those in high risk category groups and above all our healthcare workers, emergency services personnel and those involved in food production and supply. We need our front line workers to stay healthy so that they can help us.
We must all do our part if we are to slow down and ultimately stop this virus. Please do your part.
JOB RETENTION SCHEME
All employers may wish to visit the BARLOW Robbins website link
https://www.barlowrobbins.com/resources/the-job-retention-scheme-a-lifeline-to-employers for details about the Governments new Job Retention Scheme, designed to keep people in employment over the next few months as businesses are forced to temporarily close.
Thank you all.
THE NARCH MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE