Online Registration


Click here  for to go to the online licence registration system.

How it works:

A new online licence registration system has been implemented. Most of 2012 was spent in developing the system, and it is still a work in progress. Any suggestions for improvements will definitely be welcomed. The system works as follows. It has many layers, with visibility of information determined by
the level access.

(a) The athlete will register and complete their detail (as they would on a licence form). Part of this process includes the indemnity. They will then choose a province and club. Please note that this does not mean that the club will or has to accept the athlete. The athlete can only see their own information. Not only athletes can register – we would prefer that all coaches, administrators and technical officials who join clubs also register.

(b) The club’s administrator will accept the member and, where applicable, allocate a licence number to the member. (It is up to the club to decide how this is done – registration first before handing over the number or the other way around.) The club does not have to accept the member and would most likely only do this after being paid. There can be more than one administrator per club.

To move from one club to another a member will have to get clearance from their existing club (done online). (Where a club acts unreasonably in refusing clearance, the provincial administrator can override that refusal and grant clearance.)
The club administrator can also amend the club info on the site. The club administrator can see only the club’s members and can edit them and also add members (for those athletes without internet access). The club administrator has to be
registered to be made an administrator.

(c) The provincial administrator (and there can also be more than one) adds new clubs, allocates number ranges to the clubs (ie if club A is given licences 100-200, the provincial administrator loads that on the system), and can access the details of all members registered to clubs in their province. The provincial administrator(s) needs to be registered on the system. They will be able to perform the functions of the club administrators where they are unable to do so because of lack of access to the internet.

(d) Athletics South Africa’s administrators shall have access to all levels of information and can perform the functions of all other levels of administrator. There are numerous benefits to the system and all provinces are requested to embrace the new technology. Included in these benefits are that it will be possible to confirm that an athlete is registered for licence insurance purposes. It will also be possible to extract information for reports, contact information, etc, all at the click of a button.

Click here for to go to the online licence registration system.


Click here  for to go to the online licence registration system.

How it works:

A new online licence registration system has been implemented. Most of 2012 was spent in developing the system, and it is still a work in progress. Any suggestions for improvements will definitely be welcomed. The system works as follows. It has many layers, with visibility of information determined by
the level access.

(a) The athlete will register and complete their detail (as they would on a licence form). Part of this process includes the indemnity. They will then choose a province and club. Please note that this does not mean that the club will or has to accept the athlete. The athlete can only see their own information. Not only athletes can register – we would prefer that all coaches, administrators and technical officials who join clubs also register.

(b) The club’s administrator will accept the member and, where applicable, allocate a licence number to the member. (It is up to the club to decide how this is done – registration first before handing over the number or the other way around.) The club does not have to accept the member and would most likely only do this after being paid. There can be more than one administrator per club.

To move from one club to another a member will have to get clearance from their existing club (done online). (Where a club acts unreasonably in refusing clearance, the provincial administrator can override that refusal and grant clearance.)
The club administrator can also amend the club info on the site. The club administrator can see only the club’s members and can edit them and also add members (for those athletes without internet access). The club administrator has to be
registered to be made an administrator.

(c) The provincial administrator (and there can also be more than one) adds new clubs, allocates number ranges to the clubs (ie if club A is given licences 100-200, the provincial administrator loads that on the system), and can access the details of all members registered to clubs in their province. The provincial administrator(s) needs to be registered on the system. They will be able to perform the functions of the club administrators where they are unable to do so because of lack of access to the internet.

(d) Athletics South Africa’s administrators shall have access to all levels of information and can perform the functions of all other levels of administrator. There are numerous benefits to the system and all provinces are requested to embrace the new technology. Included in these benefits are that it will be possible to confirm that an athlete is registered for licence insurance purposes. It will also be possible to extract information for reports, contact information, etc, all at the click of a button.

Click here for to go to the online licence registration system.