Organisation

There are two types of organisational membership: 

  1. Organisation Member
  2. Organisation Associate Member

Organisation Member

A community organisation is eligible to be a member of LCSA if:

  1. the organisation is a neighbourhood centre or
  2. the organisation is a community managed organisation with a focus on community development, social inclusion and community focused services or
  3. the organisation is a regional body, and
  4. the organisation has been nominated and approved

Organisation Associate Member

An organisation is eligible to become an associate member of LCSA if:

  1. the organisation functions as a neighbourhood centre but is not a community managed organisation
  2. the organisation is a community based and community managed organisation with a primary focus on specific service delivery.
  3. the organisation has been nominated and approved for membership

Individual

There are three types of individual membership of LCSA, none of which carry voting rights:

  1. Individual Member
  2. Individual (student) Member, and
  3. Life Member (which is honorary)

Individual Member

A person is eligible to become an individual member of LCSA if:

  1. the person is currently associated with an organisation which is a member of the association, or
  2. the person has a recognised record of support for the work of LCSA, and
  3. the person has been nominated and approved for membership.

Individual Student Member

A person is eligible to be an individual student member of LCSA if:

  1. the person is a student preparing to work within the disciplines required by LCSA members,
  2. the person has been nominated and approved

Life Member

Life Membership is an honorary membership status conferred on individuals who have given outstanding service to LCSA and its member organisations.


Subscriber

Organisations which are not eligible for membership of LCSA and wish to receive updates of our activities or access its publications may enroll as subscribers to LCSA