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ALBERTA GYMNASTICS FEDERATION CLUB REGISTRATION INFORMATION

 

          WHY CLUBS JOIN AGF   |  MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS   

APPLY TO BECOME A MEMBER CLUB |  RENEWING AGF MEMBER CLUBS  

AGF COACH AND ATHLETE REGISTRATION  |  RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND PIPA FORMS

 

 

 

Why clubs join the Alberta Gymnastics Federation

Think of membership as support for your club and each of its members including gymnasts, coaches, and judges. This support ensures that your club can operate in Alberta having access to courses, clinics and information that will help you deliver quality programs to your membership.

With nearly 80 member clubs in Alberta, the Alberta Gymnastics Federation is a leader in helping our members achieve excellence.

In addition to ongoing support and communication through many available channels, AGF is committed to providing you with everything you'll need to run successful and enjoyable gymnastics programs regardless of where you are in Alberta.

Membership Benefits

Here are just a few of the perks our member clubs benefit from:

Services and Resources

  • Club management tools
  • Regulation of coaching standards
  • Comprehensive insurance package
  • Comprehensive coach & volunteer screening
  • Sport & club promotion
  • Respect in Sport certification
  • Grants, funding support letters & funding through partnering organizations
  • Input into operation & policy development
  • SOCAN & Resound Licensing
  • Amilia on-line registration
  • Onsite support available through the Membership Engagement Program

Events and Activities

  • Courses
  • Recreation celebrations
  • Conferences & seminars

Review our booklet to learn more: 2020-2021 Membership & Insurance Handbook

 

AGF Membership Fees for July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

Apply to Become an AGF Member Club

If you are a new club applying to become an AGF Member Club you will need to complete the 2020-2021 New Club Membership Application Package and submit all required information for approval.

Download Application Package: 2020 - 2021 New Club Registration Package | Quick Link to the Member Club Fees Form

 

For Existing AGF Member Clubs

Annual Club Membership Renewal

Clubs that were registered with Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF) for the 2020-2021 season and remained in good standing can renew their club's membership for the 2021-2022 season by July 31, 2021.
(If you are not in good standing, you will be required to submit a new AGF Club Membership application).

Click Here to Renew | For step by step instructions Click Here

Please note: Registration must be completed by July 31, 2021 EVEN IF your club does not submit members until later sessions. This ensures there is no lapse in insurance coverage.

Any Club that has not renewed by August 1, 2021 will be perceived as non-renewing. To be re-instated the club can submit a new Club Membership application which will be reviewed by the Board of Directors.  

 

AGF Coach and Athlete Registration & Upgrading Forms

2021 - 2022 Submission Deadlines:

  • Summer Session (July 1 - August 31): Monday, September 13, 2021
  • Fall Session (September 1 - December 31): Monday, January 10, 2022
  • Winter Session (January 1 - March 31): Monday, April 11, 2022
  • Spring Session (April 1 - June 30): Monday, July 11, 2022

 

2020 - 2021 Submission Deadlines: 

AGF Upgrading Coach and Athlete Registration for 2020 – 2021

This is to declare the number of registered coaches and participants in your club that have been upgraded. 
 
Coach and Athlete Event Upgrade Deadline:
Minimum of 1 week prior to the registration deadline for the event.

Upgrade Deadlines:


Coach and Athlete Registration Excel Spreadsheet Template

Use this Excel spreadsheet template to track important information about your coaches and athletes.

Once complete, upload this spreadsheet to your club’s sync.com link. If you are unsure of your club’s sync.com link, please email membership@abgym.ab.ca.

Note: there are tabs at the bottom of the document that categorizes coach and athlete information by program type. Complete as appropriate. For clubs using Amilia (highly recommended), this template allows for quick and easy upload of information. To learn more about Amilia and to register your club, contact Jacqueline Escobar, AGF's Manager of Online Systems at online@abgym.ab.ca

Drop-in and Birthday Party Form

No longer a separate form. These have been incorporated into the main Coach and Athlete Registration Form provided above. Names of all participants must still be submitted and are to be included under the appropriate tab of the Coach and Athlete Registration Form/Template.  

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Release of Liability Waivers and PIPA Forms

The new Release of Liability Waivers provided below fully replace the old Notification of Risk Waiver for all classes offered July 1, 2020, onwards:

These new waivers can be collected using online software provided that the collection process complies with the requirements outlined by AGF’s legal advisors | Online Waiver Requirements.  

If your club was unable to participate in the informational webinar delivered on December 11, 2019, in preparation for this change, please refer to the resources provided below:

 
Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) 
Memo | Form

You can also learn more about PIPA on the Services Alberta website and about Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation on the Government of Canada website

Need help managing hard copies of all your club waivers and forms?

Document Genius is a file storage system solution that eliminates the need for storing hard copies of documents and comes at no cost to AGF members. It is web-based and doesn't require any software to be installed, making it accessible from any browser. Forms can be scanned and emailed to Document Genius directly where they are then stored on a cloud service in their original format and become viewable in HTML. Forms that have been completed electronically can also be searched by keyword using optical character recognition. No more boxes of forms on your desk! 
View webinar recording of how to use Document Genius

 

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