What is the National Entitlement Card?
The National Entitlement Card (NEC) is Scotland’s National Smartcard, offering access to many public services across the country. You may recognise or know the NEC as your bus pass, library card or Young Scot card, however this one card may be able to grant you access to multiple other services as well. Here are links to applications for those in Shetland Islands Council authority area:
National Entitlement Card (NEC) Forms
- My child is aged 5-10 and does not have a Junior National Entitlement Card or need a replacment
- My child is aged 11-15 and does not have a Young Scot/National Entitlement Card or need a replacement
- I am aged 16-21 and do not have a Young Scot/National Entitlement Card or need a replacement
Public services are continually improving and developing to be delivered at the highest possible quality for citizens and their local areas. The National Entitlement Card Programme Office (NECPO) supports the 32 Scottish Councils by assisting with the integration of various national and local public services on the smartcard.
For more information please visit www.entitlementcard.org.uk/