NCSP Provider Toolkit

The provider toolkit contains templates and artwork files branded with the National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) colours and imagery which are available for download.

With the recent launch of the new Time to Screen website, we have developed a basic style guide and new templates and artwork featuring the new branding for use by National Cervical Screening Programme providers.

We encourage you to use the new visual identity as you replace or develop new resources.

The toolkit is designed to assist providers with producing and printing your own local information as and when needed.

More templates will be added over time.

Please contact your Portfolio Manager:

  • to approve any new material using the design elements of the new brand
  • if you require a new element to be designed
  • for permission before progressing to print and dispatch
  • if you have any problems downloading any of the files.

 

Time to Screen NCSP artwork elements

Please refer to these guidelines for an overview of the new brand and toolkit elements.

NCSP Provider Toolkit Guidelines (pdf, 1.74 MB)

Section 1 – for providers

This section contains a series of high resolution, print ready Microsoft Word templates for printing in house or for supplying to third parties.

NCSP A3 standard poster template (doc, 2.38 MB)

NCSP A4 standard poster template (doc, 1.01 MB)

NCSP A3 statement poster template (doc, 2.71 MB)

NCSP A4 statement poster template (doc, 1.28 MB)

NCSP A3 custom poster template (doc, 2.52 MB)

NCSP A4 custom poster template (doc, 2.27 MB)

NCSP email signature (jpg, 70 KB)

NCSP social media tile 1 (jpg, 384 KB)

NCSP social media tile 2 (jpg, 409 KB)

 

Section 2 - for printers

This section contains high resolution artwork ready files that can be given to suppliers for professional printing.

NCSP A3 standard poster template (pdf, 1.55 MB)

NCSP A4 standard poster template (pdf, 1.56 MB)

NCSP A3 statement poster template (pdf, 1.15 MB)

NCSP A4 statement poster template (pdf, 1.15 MB)

Page last updated: 19 June 2017