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Support & Advice
NASUWT members in England can get support, advice and information on employment-related issues by contacting the Member Support Advice Team. The team is available from 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday.
Call 03330 145550 FREE from landlines and most mobile phones
Members in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales should contact their respective national centres from the list of National Centres.
For all membership and subscription related queries please email email@example.com or call 03330 145550 (and select option 2)
Calls are free from all landlines and mobile phones with inclusive minute-call packages.
NASUWT has re-affirmed its position as the largest and most effective teachers’ union in the United Kingdom with the unveiling of a stunning new Conference Centre (new window) ideally located at its Birmingham headquarters where nearly 100 staff work for the benefit of members.
Following a 16-week renovation project, NASUWT members can have all their professional needs met in the comfort of one of the most prestigious conference venues in South Birmingham.
The main conference hall, boasting a 100-person capacity with cutting edge audio-visual facilities and superb acoustics, is complemented by two large seminar rooms and a modern coffee lounge. All rooms are air-conditioned.
The Disabled Members’ Consultation Conference was the maiden event at the centre, allowing delegates to sample the extensive accessibility features that make the building compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act.
The spectacular new centre is also available for weddings and external corporate clients and has an already extensive range of world-class accommodation and catering facilities.
NASUWT members can stay overnight for an event, without worrying about a comfortable place to stay. As well as 55 modern ensuite bedrooms and a restaurant that would be the envy of many larger establishments, Hillscourt bar is the focal point of the centre during the evening where delegates can unwind & relax.
The original centre had been built around the attractively gabled Hillscourt House, which was built in 1897. Once the home of a wealthy Victorian businessman, the house later became a preparatory school until it was purchased in 1971 by the NASUWT.
A map with directions to us can be found on the right-hand side.