On Monday 13th March Cycling Ulster will be running a Safeguarding course in the Millennium Centre in Loughgiel. The course has been requested by Ballymoney CC  and is open to other local clubs. The course lasts approximately three hours with a short break at the halfway stage. The course will start at 6.30pm on Monday night.
The course will be delivered by Marian Lamb , Cycling Ulster’s Lead Safeguarding Officer, and it is free to all members.
It would be useful f anyone attending the course applies for their Enhanced AccessNI Certificate in advance of the course. They and anyone who has recently applied for an Enhanced check should bring along their ID for validation. This will include photographic ID as well as two other forms of ID.

If you wish to apply for an Enhanced Check the steps are listed below.

  • Go to uk/accessni.
  • Select the option AccessNI applications and then click the link to ‘Apply for an enhanced check through a registered body’. Do not apply for a standard check as your application will be returned to you.
  • From this web page, click the green button to Apply for an enhanced check through a registered body. (Cycling Ulster is the registered body)
  • Register your account by creating a user ID and password and follow online instructions to log in. [keep these details safe as you will need them to track the progress of your case]
  • Once you have successfully logged in, you will be taken to the on-line application.
  • Enter the 6 digit PIN of Lead Designated Signatory – Marian Lamb : Pin Number 864278
  • Complete the remainder of the on-line form and click on Confirm and Proceed to finish the on-line process. Every time you click next the page will be saved.
  • When it asks for Organisation Reference please insert your club name if relevant
  • You must note the 10 digit AccessNI reference number you are provided with on the confirmation page and email when you complete your details on the AccessNI on-line system.