1. Registration

We maintain an online register of organisations working with one of our Codes of Practice.

Joining our register indicates to service users, commissioners, regulators and other interested parties, that you are working within our quality framework and abide by the principles of our Codes. This is useful for marketing purposes and when bidding for contracts.

Registration with CECOPS is increasingly becoming a requirement within tender requirements.

Registered users are awarded a certificate of Registration and have their own profile page on our website. The profile page shows which Code of Practice, and which part, the organisation is working to.

Registration Fees

Costs for registering with CECOPS are shown below:

 

 Registration Type Annual Cost Applies to:
Standard Registration £395

 

 

£195 (concessionary rate)

Commissioning organisations

 

Provider organisations (including clinical teams e.g. therapists and nurses)

 

Concessionary rate applies to Registered Charities and organisation with a turnover of under £500K

Cost apply per site or area served. Group discounts may apply

Enhanced Registration £495 Organisations working to more than one Part of any of our Code (e.g. a local authority commissioning and providing a service; providers also supplying clinical services)
Associate Registration £150 (admin fee only)

Organisations with limited involvement with Assistive Technology (i.e. not core to their business:

  • Care homes or hospices
  • Special or mainstream schools
  • Domiciliary Care providers
  • Retailers
  • Supplier
Practitioner Rate £95 Practitioners or clinicians
Other Rates Other group discounts may apply by concession – please enquire Any further contracts or sites will only be charged an admin fee of £150

 

Notes:

  • Costs shown are exclusive of VAT, which will be added at the appropriate rate
  • New registrants will receive a FREE copy of the relevant Code of Practice
  • Costs shown apply per contract or location, so a provider servicing a number of contracts would require separate registrations. There is a cap of 10 registration fees for any organisation