Membership of LASBM includes many benefits, but by far the two greatest ones are the termly conferences and our online community. This combination gives you access to a network of around 400 school business management professionals and all the experience, ideas and information they hold and are willing to share.
The online community provides easy to use communication tools such as discussion forums, document libraries, direct secure messaging and effortless sign up tools for all our events.
Our termly conferences are a great chance to network face to face, experience informative and entertaining presentations from a wide range of experts and be introduced to suppliers of key products and services for your school.
Standard Full Membership including online community access and attendance at LASBM events for the first member in a school or MAT is £75 + VAT. For additional members in the same setting the fee is just £25 + VAT.
Online Community Membership only is £25 + VAT
You can now add the SBM Toolkit, provided by SBM Services Ltd, to your membership option. At just £20 + VAT, you can access a fantastic resource, normally costing £495 + VAT as a standalone service.
For full details and relevant terms and conditions please download the full membership options information below.
Once you are ready to join, please use the link below for our online application form.
Existing members who have a login for the online community can renew their membership by raising an invoice on line – use the link below to access the online community. Don't worry if you have forgotten your password, there is a link on the login page to help you recover it.
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