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Age Grade Player Registration, formerly known as Youth Registration, becomes a fully online process from 2018-19. This reduces the burden on everyone and streamlines the process to help players, parents and volunteers in the Age Grade sections of our rugby clubs and in particular our Club Registrars.
It provides more consistent, accurate and usable information for clubs and the RFU to help players and parents enjoy their Age Grade Rugby and transition into the adult game. In addition it will ensure GDPR compliance and brings the process more in line with the adult registration process.
A simple process involves the parent or guardian of the player completing their details and those of the player, directly through an online registration form. This then triggers an automatic verification process for the parent/guardian and Club Registrar to complete and confirm that the player is registered.
In order to reflect the changes in the game in recent years, this system will now be called Age Grade Registration, not Youth. Registration of all age grade players remains a requirement in Regulation 15.
The online system means that the current paper registration forms will no longer need to be used. The parent or guardian is able to complete and verify their registration online, rather than writing out and handing over the form. The Registrar simply completes the process by reviewing pre-populated information rather than having to input it all into GMS themselves.
The new system will assist clubs with GDPR compliance and by creating and/or updating the single club membership profile for the individual.
Implementation of the new online Age Grade Registration process starts from the coming season in 2018-19. It will be further developed for September 2019.
A step by step guide for parents can be found here and the link in order to create an account can be found here
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