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There are several levels of membership of the NSW Fencing Association Inc.
The Association has set up online payment of membership (using secure credit card payment). Manual payment will continue to be available, but will attract a $10 surcharge.
Online Affiliation/Registration and AFF Competition Entry form
2011 Membership (and other) Fees
Affiliation is the most comprehensive level of membership of the NSWFA.
There are two levels of affiliated fencers - Senior Affiliation (aged 20 or over as at 1 January) and Junior Affiliation (under 20 as at 1 January).
Affiliated fencers may compete in competitions run by the NSWFA and the AFF.
Under the NSWFA Rules, affiliated fencers over the age of 18 may vote at General Meetings of the NSWFA. They may also act as Club Delegates to NSWFA Committee meetings, and hold positions on the NSWFA Executive.
For 2013, Senior Affiliation costs $135 and Junior Affiliation $105.
As with Affiliation, Registration is divided into two categories - Junior and Senior.
Registered fencers may only compete in certain NSWFA competitions - Novice, Schools and Under-13. They may not compete in AFF competitions. Registered fencers may attend General and Committee meetings of the NSWFA.
Registered fencers over the age of 18 may vote at General Meetings and act as Club delegates (subject to review of the Rules by the Legal and Constitutional Commission).
For 2013 Registration costs $50 for Seniors, and $40 for Juniors.
Individuals may be elected to Honorary Membership at a General Meeting of the NSWFA.
Honorary members may compete in competitions run by the NSWFA and the AFF, and may vote at General Meetings of the NSWFA. They may also act as Club Delegates to NSWFA Committee meetings, and hold positions on the NSWFA Executive.
No fee is payable for honorary membership.
Coaches must be over the age of 18 and must have a coaching qualification recognised under the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) and by the AFF.
Coaches may attend and vote at all General Meetings of the NSWFA.
For 2013 the fee for coaches who do not wish to compete in NSWFA or AFF competitions is $135, and for those who do wish to compete (i.e. who wish to combine coaching and affiliation membership) the fee is $135. Coaches who are already Honorary Members of NSWFA have a fee of $75.
Honorary Life Members
Honorary Life Membership is the most prestigious award available to the Association. As such the nomination and award should be given careful consideration.
Honorary Life Membership Nomination Form
This category of membership is for those people who wish to be members of the NSWFA and support fencing, but not to participate directly.
Associates may not compete in NSWFA or AFF competitions. They may attend General and Council meetings of the NSWFA, but they may not vote or act as Club delegates.
For 2013 the fee for Associates is $10.
In addition to individual membership, the structure of the NSWFA recognises Fencing Clubs in NSW.
A Club must have at least 7 NSWFA members to be eligible for Club Affiliation.
Affiliated Clubs may send two voting delegates to every meeting of the NSWFA Committee.
For 2013 Club Affiliation costs $100.
Online membership payment is not available for clubs. An Affiliation form is available for download (see below). Affiliated clubs are also requested to complete the Information Form, as this helps us provide information about what each club offers to the general public.
Club Affiliation Form
Club Information Form
Page last updated 2 January, 2013
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