Contacting, Joining and Enrolling
The SNEB Subscription may be paid:
Cash/cheque to the treasurer or a SNEB official at a function in the learning centre
A cheque sent to The Treasurer, P O Box 18348, Glen Innes, 1743
An Online payment to SNEB’s account number:
02 0261 0153144 00
Please enter your name and SNEB ID number for reference.
If you cannot remember your SNEB ID, click on Contact Us to request it and we will email it to you.
Ask a question …
Contact Us on the Menu Bar… a simple form will appear … fill it in and then click on the Send button.
Provisional Membership is necessary before enrolment in any course.
Click or Tap on the Join button on the main Menu Bar and proceed from there.
At the end of this, as a Provisional Member, you will be assigned:
a Username = you SNEB Identity = FirstnameSNEBid, eg Jane156 (with upper case first letter and no spaces)
a Password = your email address (which can be changed).
A Provisional member becomes a Current Member once we receive your subscription ($40), the same Username and Password applies.
A Provisional Member may provisionally enrol in any current course stream and/or register interest in any course listed on the Courses page.
To do this, you must first Log In see below for instructions, then click on the Enrol button, all on the Menu Bar.
On the Enrol page:
– Click or Tap inside the boxes of the scheduled course stream(s) in which you wish to enrol
– Click or tap inside the boxes of the unscheduled courses that interest you, your name will be put on a waiting list.
– Click or tap the red Send button.
A confirming email will be sent to the email address you have registered with SNEB.
If you do not receive that confirmation email (usually within a few minutes), please repeat the routine OR
leave a message on the SNEB voicemail at (09)528 2751.
The course manager will contact you further.
Members Log In
Click or Tap on the Log In link on the far right of the Menu Bar.The WordPress Log In box will pop up.
Your WordPress Username is the same as your SNEB Identity and your current WordPress Password will be your email address (unless you are not a new member and have changed your password).
Once completed, notice the Remember Me tick box called “Future automatic Log In”.
Click or Tap inside this box … it will enable the Future Automatic Log In whenever you visit www.sneb.org.nz … which means no more form filling of your contact details!
When logged in, the Enrol or Contact Us forms already have your contact details from the database, so you have less to type in.
Speaking of which, note that the My Details link will have appeared on the Menu Bar towards the right hand end.
Click or Tap on it and make edits or updates to your contact and/or hardware and software details.
When completed do not forget to click or tap the Save Changes button at the bottom left, before the Return to Home Page button.
Changing your SNEB password
You can no longer change your password on the Member’s details page. To change your password return to the Home page, notice the thin, black line at the top, follow it to the far right and hover your mouse where it says “Howdy” . Then click on “Edit My Profile” in the drop down list which will have appeared and proceed from there. Scroll down to Account Management and New Password. Click in the slot with Generate Password; this will generate a strong new password which you will never remember. Delete it and type in your chosen password; WordPress will judge the strength of your new password in colour! If you decide to keep a weak password, you will have to confirm its use with a tick in the appropriate box. Do not forget to click on Update Profile at the bottom of the page.
Now Join in the Forum on the “Articles” Page
Note that, once you have seen to all the above, future visits will be seamless. The extra advantage with being a registered, logged in member on this site is that you can comment on any of the articles on the “Articles” page and even submit a whole new one of your own. Your first two will need to be cleared by an Editor but after that you’ll be able to publish directly, subject to the usual rules of publication.