Benefits of Joining



Dispute Resolution


Legal Helpline

Free legal advice* from Eversheds as part of your memberhsip.

Eversheds is one of only a handful of law firms with specialst in-depth expertise in communications. They represent domestic and international telecoms clients, including public network operators, servoce providers, equipment and infrastructure vendors, industry investors and large-scale uisers of networks, systems and services.

Download their most recent flyer here.

*This offer is limited to two free advice sessions for any individual communications provider in each six month period. The availability of advice is subject to conflict checks, compliance procedures and work loads of the specialist lawyers in the Eversheds team.



Telecoms Training With TrainToWin

Train to Win offers one of the most comprehensive ranges of telecoms training courses on the market, to help your telecoms business.

FCS is delighted to have agreed a partnership with Train to which puts so much of that vital staff development resource at members’ fingertips from a single point of contact.

FCS’s own course on understanding regulation, Ofcom and the General Conditions, has already been rolled into the Train to portfolio, alongside other specialist courses on selling techniques, technical and engineering issues, dispute management, influencing skills and Staff development programmes.

For more information about TrainToWin courses please click here



Private Healthcare Scheme With Punter Southall Health & Protection (formerly PHP)

FCS enables members to take advantage of the services offered by our health and wellbeing partner, Punter Southall Health & Protection. Acting as a personal shopper for healthcare no matter what size business. PSHP cater for everyone; providing impartial and inclusive guidance so you can make an informed choice about the health and well being of your staff.

For more information about PHSP and the services they offer please call: 01274 588 862



FCS Ethical Code of Business Practice 

Members of the FCS are committed to offering the highest standards of professional and ethical service to their customers. 

Members comply with relevant obligations as set out in UK legislation including the Communications Act 2003 and with Codes of Practice and Standards or Regulations agreed from time to time by the FCS Board of Directors or relevant members’ groups.

Members ensure that staff receive appropriate training, are encouraged to obtain relevant qualifications and maintain their professional skills. 

Members carry an appropriate level of public liability insurance, the certificate for which will be displayed in all operating premises (notes 1 and 2)

In cases where the FCS has evidence that a member has breached the FCS Ethical Code of Practice the FCS Board of Directors retains the right to expel the offender from membership of the FCS.