Welcome to HTA membership!
On this page you can find lots of information to help you as a new member. If you are pressed for time - don’t worry! You can always come back to this page at any time for a reminder of what we can offer you as part of your membership.
On the right, you will find links to lots of other useful information that will help you settle into, and make the most of, your membership. Below is a brief checklist of the things we suggest you do next:
- Sign up to your Whatsapp Community group
- Visit The Hub training portal to redeem your free eLearning credit for you or a member of staff
- Review your sector benefits
- Complete and return your Key Contacts form so that we can make sure your key staff are benefitting from membership too
- Download HTA logos to promote your membership
The HTA is a friendly organisation which relies very much upon the support of members, and we do hope you will find time to join in the association’s activities at a local and national level; doing so will directly contribute to the development of your business. One of the easiest ways to throw yourself into the HTA digisphere is to join the HTA Whatsapp Community. This community is available to all HTA members, free of charge, and it is your space where you can network with other members in your region.
We have a number of channels, including conferences, seminars and other networking opportunities, which are highly valuable in terms of keeping up-to-date on the changes affecting our industry; we cannot emphasise enough the benefits that can be obtained from networking with colleagues in the same line of business. To find out what events the HTA has coming up, including free monthly webinars, keep an eye on the What's On calendar.
We are always anxious to identify different ways and means of making your Association more effective in serving the interests of members. If you have any suggestions for improving our work, please do not hesitate to put them forward to your Council Representative or Account Manager. Ideas for new services to members are particularly welcomed as a strong, active Association is better placed to support all of its members.