Membership

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Adelaide Canoe Club Membership Information. 

Memberships are now rolling rather than having a fixed start and end date of 1st July!  In other words, if you join on 1st December 2019, your membership will be valid for 12 months from that date.

Your club membership fee is made up of a State Association fee (Paddle SA), a national membership fee (Paddle Australia), and the contribution to Adelaide Canoe Club. This means you have a three-tiered system of support for your paddling activities.

Cheers!

Why Become a Member – click HERE

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Fees Include: Insurance – Paddle Australia provides insurance cover to all members of Adelaide Canoe Club. Cover includes Public Liability, Personal Accident and Professional Indemnity insurance as well as Public Liability insurance for your club and State Association.

A summary of all of the insurance policies, a Certificate of Currency and inclusions/exclusions can be found under the “Insurance Information” section of the Paddle Australia membership menu. Click HERE

How do I join or renew my Membership?

Click HERE which will take you to the new ‘Go Membership’ system.  If you are an existing member you will have been sent an email with your login details – there will also be a ‘Forgot Password’ option.

If you are a new member please use the ‘New Member – Sign Up’ option.

Once you have created a new account your profile page will load with a Club Finder
pop-up. The Club finder will automatically populate with the postcode that is on your profile and return the search for Clubs within 50km from that postcode. Search for ‘Adelaide Canoe Club’ and purchase the appropriate membership type.

The following Help Guides are available HERE:

Renewing Members Guide                                                                                        Active or Lapsed Members Guide                                                                                New Members Guide

Membership Types:

Full Senior

Category for all persons over 18 as of 1st July in the year of the membership who reside in SA.

As a registered Adult member you are entitled to all member benefits:

  1. You have full voting rights at all Association General Meetings
  2. You are eligible to enter any discipline competition in SA.
  3. You are eligible to enter SA and Australian National Competitions for all disciplines.
  4. You are eligible for selection to SA and Australian National Teams

Full Junior U18

A junior age category membership is defined by a person aged under 18 years old as of 1st July in the year of membership who resides in SA.

As a registered Junior Member you are entitled to all member benefits:

  1. You have full voting rights at all Association General Meetings
  2. You are eligible to enter any discipline competition in Australia.
  3. You are eligible for selection to SA and Australian national teams.

Family Membership

This is for adults and Children /Full time students U25 that reside at the same residence.

It may be made up of combinations such as:

2 adults (parents) and any number of children/Full time students U25

1 adults (parent) and any number of children/Full Time students U25

Family Membership may include blended families provided that all persons covered by the membership reside at the same residential address.

As a full registered member you are entitled to all member benefits including entering competitions at state and national level and being selected for state and national teams.

Second Club

A second club is defined as someone who has already joined a club in their State and then joins another Club in the same State.

A second club member only has to pay the State fee once, hence they do not have to pay this again when they join the second club.

As a full registered member you are entitled to all member benefits including entering competitions at state and national level and being selected for state and national teams.

Triallist – Adult and Junior 

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Life Member

A life member is a member that has had a life membership conferred on them (according to the Constitution). Life Members have voting rights at all General Meetings in the Association.