As of May 2023, ERSA has around 300 membership organisations. View the membership directory here.
There are many reasons organisations choose to join membership. Members enjoy, helping influence policy, improve the design and delivery of employment related services, being a useful source of information and advice, networking opportunities and collaborative working and partnership plus access to local and national communities of good practice. ERSA members are a social force for good. Read more.
No. ERSA is an apolitical organisation with no affiliation to any party. Since ERSA was established in 2005 ERSA has worked with the current government of the day bringing solutions for the challenges of the day.
ERSA offers a collective voice for the employment support sector. Working with the government of the day bringing solutions to meet the need of working aged people. ERSA has regular contact with policy makers and commissioners to support market engagement, sharing best practice and solutions for better work.
ERSA is governed by a board of directors, elected to the board to represent its membership. Through this governance plus regular communications with the ERSA membership with calls for evidence and offers to support our work. Get in touch with the team if you have an idea, solution, or something to share via email@example.com.
ERSA regularly sends out bulletins and special invites to in person and online events.
ERSA is governed by an elected board of directors. Your organisation must be an ERSA member to be eligible. Standing for the ERSA board is straightforward, the process is self-nomination, you or the key contact at your organisation submit the form on your behalf. Each nominee will be asked to provide a written statement outlining the reasons they should be elected – this is the main vehicle for nominees to canvass support from members. Written statements will be sent to the key contact at each organisation who will cast their vote.
ERSA is a not-for-profit, currently in the final stages of becoming a registered charity, this is expected to be completed in 2023. ERSA will use our charitable status to support the employment support sector.
No. ERSA is the trade body for the employment support sector, we do not have individuals in membership. Membership starts from £300 for 12 months of membership with unlimited access to ERSA services, events and discounts.
Membership starts from £300 for each 12 months of membership, find out which band you will start on.
ERSA is currently a not-for-profit organisation, which means we invest any profits we make to support the activities that help us achieve our aims.
ERSA membership starts when first payment is received and lasts for 12 months, auto renewed automatically thereafter.
Joining ERSA is simple, check which subscription band your organisation falls into, complete our online application form and the team will confirm by email, sending an invoice for payment by return.
ERSA membership can be cancelled by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org 30 days before your subscription is due to end.