Clubs can renew their membership from 2 August 2021, and once this is complete, individual members will be sent an email asking them to renew their membership. New members can join from 1 September through our online system.
We supported members with subsidised fees during the 2020/21 membership year due to Covid-19 and the affect it had on our community. Fees returned to normal levels in September 2021 for the 2021/22 membership year.
To comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came in on 25 May 2018, Individuals must complete the online registration through GymNET, for those under 16 a parent or guardian will have to complete this.
Gymnasts must be a member of a Scottish Gymnastics registered club to join Scottish Gymnastics. Please find out the name of your club before you start the registration process on 1 September.
For more information, click HERE
Membership registration help guides:
If a gymnast is under 16, registration must be completed by a parent/carer. A gymnast aged 16 or 17 can choose to have a parent/carer complete their form - if you plan to do a level 1 coaching course in this membership year, you will need to set up your own account. Here is a guide to help parents/guardians complete their gymnasts form, using images of the information you'll be asked for during the process.
All gymnasts aged 18 or over must complete their own registration. Gymnasts aged 16 and 17 can also fill in their own form, and will need to do so if planning to do a coaching course during the year. Here is a guide to help gymnasts complete their own membership registration.
A helper must also complete their own registration. A helper membership is for those who are in the gym working with children. It is also available to those who have the learn to coach qualification and chaperones. Here is a guide to assist helpers complete their membership registration.
Membership Category and Costs
Scottish Gymnastics membership types and costs for the 2021/22 membership renewal period can be found below.
|Judge (National & Brevet)||Gold Judge||£78|
|Judge (Regional & Below)||Bronze Judge||£19|
|Level 2+ Coach||Gold Coach||£78|
|Level 1 - Assistant Coach||Silver Coach||£43|
|Helper & Learn to coach||Bronze Helper||£19|
|Competitive Gymnast||Silver Competitive Gymnast||£43|
|Preschool Gymnast||Bronze Preschool||£13|
|Safeguarding Officer||Bronze Safeguarding Officer||£19|
|Club Official/Committee Member||Club Officer||Free|
Member Types Description
|Judge (National & Brevet)||A member who has a judging qualification or attending a judging course at National or Brevet level. A member who is participating in judging at these level require the highest level of membership. It is advised that judges also attend the Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding courses.|
|Judge (Regional & Below)||A member who has a judging qualification or attending a judging course at Regional level or below. See above for level of membership required. It is advised that judges also attend the Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding courses.|
|Level 2+ Coach||A member who has a level 2 or above coaching qualification or attending a level 2 course in any discipline of gymnastics. This member type requires the highest level of membership. It is a requirement for all coaches to get a PVG Disclosure through Scottish Gymnastics and attend the relevant Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding course.|
|Level 1 - Assistant Coach||A member who has a level 1 coaching qualification or attending a level 1 course in any discipline of gymnastics. A level 1 coach requires silver membership on the understanding that they are directly supervised by a minimum of a level 2 qualified coach and does not undertake any class on their own. It is a requirement for all coaches to get a PVG Disclosure through Scottish Gymnastics and attend the relevant Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding course.|
|Helper & Learn to coach||A helper membership is for members who are in the gym working with children, it is also available to those have the learn to coach qualification, and also for chaperones. As they are working with children they are required to get a PVG Disclosure through Scottish Gymnastics and attend the relevant Scottish Gymnastics safeguarding course.|
|Competitive Gymnast||A gymnasts who trains within a club at a competitive level. It entitles you to compete in any competition arranged within or outside of Scottish Gymnastics.|
|Gymnast||A gymnasts that take part at beginner or recreational level. It also entitles you to compete in some beginner competitions organised by Scottish Gymnastics.|
|Preschool Gymnast||A member participating in preschool gymnastics activity, this membership category includes insurance.|
|Safeguarding Officer||A member carrying out the role of safeguarding officer within a registered Scottish Gymnastics club. The Safeguarding officer will promote best practice throughout the club by ensuring everyone is aware of their responsibilities and the role they have to play in safeguarding at the club. A safeguarding officer must have a valid Scottish Gymnastics Safeguarding 2 and a PVG workshop and get a PVG Disclosure through Scottish Gymnastics.|
|General administration role||A general administration role is someone within the club who supports the general functions of the running of a club as well as committee members who may carry out administrative roles outwith the club itself. These members are not working directly with children and not for anyone with a coaching role. Clubs must register all committee members with Scottish Gymnastics, this category is free.|
- Parent/guardian completing my under 18 gymnasts registration
- Over 16 gymnast
- Helper, learn to coach or chaperone
For guidelines click HERE