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Individual membership fees for the 2023/24 membership year from 1 September 2023 are as follows.

RoleMembership TypeFee 2023/24
CoachGold coach£81
Assistant coachSilver assistant coach£46
Activity instructorSilver activity instructor£46
Course enroleeSilver course enrolee£46
Helper and learn to coachBronze club helper£22
Sport support servicesSport support services£5
National & brevet judgeGold judge £81
JudgeBronze judge £22
Club officialClub officerFree
Safeguarding officerBronze safeguarding officer£22
Competitive gymnastSilver competitive gymnast£46
Gymnast Bronze club gymnast£22
Preschool gymnastBronze preschool£16
Coach

– Members who hold a Level 2 Coach qualification or above (or an equivalent qualification recognised by Scottish Gymnastics)
– Members who hold a current Level 1 and are booking onto a Level 2 coaching course and wish to take advantage of the member discount
– Members who are engaged in a contract for services with Scottish Gymnastics in the capacity of tutor or assessor

Coaches must have a PVG scheme record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification

Club Helper

– Members who are in the gym working with children or acting as chaperone on behalf of a club; or
– Members who hold the learn to coach qualification

Helpers and learn to coach members aged 16 and over must have PVG scheme record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification.

Assistant Coach

– Members who hold a Level 1 assistant coach qualification (or an equivalent qualification recognised by Scottish Gymnastics)
– Members who are booking onto a Level 1 coaching course and wish to take advantage of the member discount
– Members who hold Gymnastics Activity Instructor award

Assistant coaches must have a PVG scheme record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification.

Activity instructor


Members who hold a British Gymnastics Activity Instructor qualification (or an equivalent qualification recognised by Scottish Gymnastics)
Activity instructors must have PVG Scheme Record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification.

Course Enrolee


Members who are joining or upgrading an existing membership to book onto an assistant coach, activity instructor or club judge course, or any entry-point education course provided or endorsed by Scottish Gymnastics and wish to take advantage of the member discount.
Course enrolees must have PVG Scheme Record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification before taking part in any coaching activity.

Helper & Learn to Coach


– Members who are in the gym working with children or acting as chaperone on behalf of a club; or
– Members who hold the learn to coach qualification
Helpers and learn to coach members aged 16 and over must have PVG scheme record through Scottish Gymnastics and valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification.

Sport Support Services


Persons providing ancillary sport services directly to Scottish Gymnastics members within Scottish Gymnastics recognised environments who are not involved, in any capacity, in the direct delivery of gymnastics in any recognised environment through the coaching, instructing, judging or supervision of participants except for those holding accreditations below Level 1 assistant coach (or Scottish Gymnastics recognised equivalent) or accreditations below club judge.
Examples could be but are not limited to: choreographers and ballet teachers, strength & conditioning coaches, nutritionists and wellbeing practitioners, sports psychologists, physiotherapists and other regulated health service providers and medical practitioners.

National & Brevet Judge

– Members who hold a British Gymnastics recognised judging qualification at national or brevet level

It is advised that judges also attend Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection courses. 

Judge


– Members who hold a current British Gymnastics’ county, club or regional level judging qualification (or an equivalent qualification recognised by British Gymnastics)

It is advised that judges also attend the Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection courses

Club Official


– Officials of Scottish Gymnastics registered clubs who are not involved, in any capacity, in the direct delivery of gymnastics in any recognised environment through the coaching, judging or supervision of participants except for those holding accreditations below Level 1 assistant coach (or Scottish Gymnastics’ recognised equivalent) or accreditations below county judge. Examples of club officials could be but are not limited to, club managers, club administrators, secretaries or other club members requiring access to GymNET along with all club committee members.

There is no annual fee for club official membership.
Must be aged 18 years or over.

Safeguarding Officer


– Members carrying out the role of safeguarding officer within a registered Scottish Gymnastics club.

Must be aged 21 years or over. If in a university club, must be at least a second year student or aged 21 years or over.
All safeguarding officer members must have PVG scheme record through Scottish Gymnastics, valid Scottish Gymnastics wellbeing and protection qualification and attend the Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding for club leaders’ workshop.

Competitive Gymnast

– Participants who take part in competitive gymnastics delivered by Scottish Gymnastics and any national or international competitions recognised by Scottish Gymnastics
– Participants training and competing at National Development Pathway level and above delivered by Scottish Gymnastics or affiliated associations.

Gymnast


– Participants taking part at beginner or recreational level
– Participants who compete in some Scottish Gymnastics beginner competitions
– Participants who are not training and competing at events at National

Development Pathway level and above delivered by Scottish Gymnastics or affiliated associations.

Preschool Gymnast


Participants who take part in preschool gymnastics activity and are not yet in full-time education by virtue of age (as defined by government legislation)

June to August Membership – From 1 June to 31 August the cost of our Bronze Club Gymnast membership will be reduced from £21 to £9. This will replace the temporary membership we usually offer for this period. All new gymnasts during this period should be registered on GymNET as usual.

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