About Us

The National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists (NARCH) is a not for profit professional association which maintains the List of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists (RCHs) in the UK. NARCH ensures that all RCHs adhere to the highest professional standards and ethics and these requirements are laid out on this website and within the Guide to Professional Conduct for Registered Canine Hydrotherapists.

NARCH was established by a band of keen and enthusiastic individuals who volunteered their time to establish this national body. We have a democratic election system established. RCHs elect Management Committee members through an online voting system.

We would like to introduce ourselves to you - please click on a name below to find out more about the committee members:

 

 

 Vanessa Fryer RCH Dip HSA

NARCH - Membership Secretary

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Frances established Yonderton Canine Care in Keith Banffshire in 2010, having completed 25 years in the Royal Air Force as an Aircraft Engineer, attaining the rank of Chief Technician.

She brings to the Committee the wealth of experience she gained during her time in the Royal Air Force in developing and maintaining databases, managing budgets and working to deadlines.

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NARCH - Chairman

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NARCH - Member Representative

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Sally-Ann acts as a Veterinary Advisor to NARCH.

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Having previously worked in IT for many years Kirsten now helps support the NARCH IT systems, she is also one of the NARCH audit team.

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Recent news

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB OR LOOKING TO RECRUIT?
We now have a jobs section on the website - for members looking to recruit new staff, and for RCH's looking for jobs as hydrotherapists. There is also a section for Businesses for sale.

NEW RULES - September 2017
New rules have recently been agreed by NARCH to enable RCHs to refresh their first aid training by either attending an attendance-based first aid refresher course or by completing an on-line
first aid refresher course. For more information click here link