Registration Officer's/Membership Secretary's Toolkit

A Registration Officer or Membership Secretary helps keep track of who is part of your group

Registration Officer's/Membership Secretary's Toolkit

What are the tasks of a cycling group Registration Officer (or Membership Secretary)? They should keep track of everybody who rides regularly with the group or who could be considered a 'member' of it.

For affiliated groups, their duties may also include such things as keeping track of who has and hasn't paid their subscriptions (if any) and chasing up those who haven't done so. Note that anyone who handles data in this manner must be aware of the requirements of GDPR for groups

A Cycling UK Member Group Registration Officer can access member data through the group's publicity page on the Cycling UK website. This data includes members of Cycling UK who live in certain postcode areas and those who live outside those areas but who have opted to be listed with that group. Here is more information about accessing and using members' data this way. 

Registration Officers and those who have access to members' data MUST  be aware of and adhere to our guidance on GDPR when handling, storing or using Cycling UK membership information.