FAQ

Here is a list of commonly asked questions with there answers. Feel free to contact us if you have a question that is not answered here. Contact details can be found here.

Q: Are the senior training sessions suitable to all?

A: Senior training session are open to all levels and abilities, more information can be found here.

Q: Can i come along and try some of the senior training sessions before joining?

A: Yes, often people will come and train with us few time to see if suits them, more details can be found here:

Q: I would like to join the club, how do I do this?

A: For adult membership you can begin the membership process here.

Q: How much is it to join?

A: Membership details can be found here.

Q: My child would like to join how do I enroll?

At present junior membership is at capacity however you can place your child on our waiting list. When a vacancy occurs we will be in touch. In addition if you are willing to help out at our juniors sessions thus increasing capacity your child will get priority.

We have a wide variety of roles and all necessary training will be provided. You will be required to undergo a safeguarding check to comply with our clubmark accreditation. Contact information can be found here.

Q: When is the next Jog Belfast beginners programme?

A: Details of the next Jog Belfast can be found here.

Q: Can I enroll for the next Jog Belfast programme now?

A: Details of the next Jog Belfast can be found here.

Q: Where is the Clubhouse?

A: Directions to the clubhouse can be found here.

Q: Where is the Boys Model Track?

A Direction to the Boys Model Track can be found here.

Q: Where is Girls Model Track?

A Directions to the Girls Model Track can be found here.

Q: Where are the Ballymena  training sessions held?

A: Directions to the Ballymena training sessions can be found here.

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