Membership of RAYNET is open to any person, irrespective of race, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, faith or belief, age, disability or personal characteristic.
To be admitted as a member, the person must be:
- in sympathy with the aims of the organisation
- able to undertake appropriate training
- able to carry out regular duties to the standards expected by the organisation
New members will be asked to prove their identity and declare any unspent criminal convictions. In issuing identity cards we do have to know that the details are correct. Convictions are not necessarily a bar to membership and each application will be considered individually. We recognise in most cases convictions will have little or no bearing on a members’ work within RAYNET.
The organisation recognises that disabled members are often able to carry out special and valuable roles within RAYNET. We therefore welcome such members, provided that they are able to undertake training with the Group and that areas can be identified where they feel able to make a contribution to the team.
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