Originally Posted by rich
As I have been told, if your CRB is a third party one, it won't be recognised. If you are not a full individual NSRA member, your certificate is only a piece of paper and you are not the holder of the qualification described.
You are qualified. You are just not licensed to practice by the NSRA. The paper still means you are able to practise as soon as you're CRB'd and a member, and thus insured.
Same as being an accountant. You can pass all the exams, but to practice you need to be a member of the correct body.