Registered users have access to more resources, based on their relationship with the RSCM. For example, users who are RSCM affiliates will have access to resources for affilliates; while RSCM committee members will have access to material aimed specifically at them.
Anyone can register; but if you don’t have a relationship with the RSCM (for example affiliate, member, committee member, examiner) you won’t see anything extra.
You chose your own username when you registered on this site. If you’ve forgotten it, you can use the lost password link to find it out (as long as you can remember which email address you used).
If you haven’t already registered on this site, you don’t have a username yet – even if you’re already connected to the RSCM! Click the register link to set up an account.
It happens. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to solve it.
Your password is securely encrypted – we can’t tell you what it is!
No, you can’t. We used to use a single logon for all volunteers – now it’s done by individuals. You’ll have to set up a new account, specifically for you to use.
Logon systems for the two sites are separate. This helps to keep your payment information secure, and allows us to distinguish between affilliated organisations (on Music Direct) and individuals.
I’m really stuck. Can I have some help?
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for help at any time. Or, if you’d like to speak to someone, please click here to send an email in the first instance, to arrange a time to call.