Members' Area

Welcome to our Members Area!

In our Members Area you will find:

Member Forum – An area where you can take part in conversations and topics posed by our members

Member Groups – This area provides you with information about our member groups

Member Events – An area where you can see when our member groups are meeting or holding events

Member Resources – An area where you can access exclusive resources

Members Development Programme – Information about our Development Programme

Member Opportunities – Training and workshop opportunities

Please note that some of the pages in the Members Area are protected by a PIN code and are only accessible to Members of Equal Lives.

If you are not a member then why not sign up – it’s free! Simply visit the “Become A Member” page or contact Penny.parker@equallives.org.uk to request an application form.

Once you have submitted your application you will be sent confirmation of your Membership by post or email, depending on your preferred contact method.

This confirmation will include a PIN number. You will need to use this if you want to register to use the restricted pages in the Members Area.

You will only need to use this PIN once – after the first use, the website will recognise that you are registered for access to these pages.

Existing Members

If you are already an existing Member of Equal Lives and you want access to all pages of the Members Area you still need to register to use the website.

Click on the “Register” button in the top right hand corner of the website Home Page and follow the instructions.

Once you have registered, please contact Penny Parker at Penny.parker@equallives.org.uk for a PIN number.

When you have this PIN:

  1. Go to the Equal Lives website and Log In
  2. When you try to access one of the restricted pages, you will be asked to confirm that you are a Member of Equal Lives and to enter the PIN.

You will only need to use this PIN once – after the first use, the website will recognise that you are registered for access to these pages.In future just log in when you wish to use the site and the computer will recognise you are a Member.

 

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