Organisations that have signed up for membership for their staff are already reaping the benefits of their partnership with BCS with greater recognition and staff development opportunities.
Professional registrations and standards, available for all members, are an independent validation of your staff's competence and skill that you can leverage to demonstrate to your stakeholders and potential customers of the capabilities and professionalism of your technical and digital workforce.
Register of Approved Organisations
Why become an Approved Organisation?
Growing your business can be tough and you should look to take advantage of any reason to stand out from the crowd.
You’ve invested a lot of time and money in putting together a workforce ready to deliver greatness for your customers, now is the time to use this commitment to drive that growth.
Registration is available at three different levels: Silver, Gold and Platinum.
Increased recognition and public awareness via the BCS public register.
Promotional assets to use on your website and sales and marketing collateral
Extra standards and engagement workshops to help promote more widely within your organisation or to reach the next level of registration
Content and advertorial opportunities on the BCS Content Hub and ITNOW magazine
Meet the team
Julie leads the BCS team responsible for the development of professional recognition and skills development.
Nicole Symes Frazer
As a veteran with extensive experience working with the public sector, Nicole leads BCS corporate engagement across defence and government sectors.
With over 30 years of experience in digital health and care at both local and national levels, Jan supports clients in the health and social care sector.
Ashley works with organisations to help with the recognition and development of their IT and Digital teams.
Sam has a number of years’ experience in new business development and assists our clients in finding the solution that benefits them the most.
Fiona works with organisations, including those in the Health and Care sector, to support them in the professionalisation of their digital teams.
Michaela develops new business opportunities and regional trends to grow an ethical and competent digital workforce.
As an expert in SFIAplus and RoleModelplus, Andrew works with organisations to embed new and sustainable approaches to professional development.
Nicole manages SFIAplus and RoleModelplus projects and supports our organisational members.
George supports the Key Account Managers as the primary point of contact for clients and internal teams.
I am delighted that RLB UK has been accredited with this much sought-after and respected IT industry certification. Our IT and digital function has transformed over the last two years through a focus on developing new skills, the delivery of new digital solutions and the growth of the team by attracting digital talent in to new RLB roles.