Membership Information

SCTA 2015 Membership Application & Renewal (Join on line)

Printable Membership Form

Subscription Rates for 2015

Senior and Veteran

Paying by Credit/Debit card

£52.00

Senior and Veteran

Paying by Direct Debit

£50.00

Junior members

Under 21

£20.00


 Our members enjoy a number of benefits, including:

Insurance;
Members insurance includes; World Wide Cover and £10 million Public Liability indemnity for all shotgun sports.
As a member your insurance will cover, Clays, Game and Rough Shooting, Wild Fowling, Rifle including Stalking, Fishing, hunting (not mounted) Falconry and Coursing.

Coaching;
Members are entitled to attend "Coaching Courses" organised by the SCTA and receive a discounted rate at all levels from "Novice" to "Olympic Standard". All of the courses are held at SCTA Affiliated Grounds where the specific equipment relevant to each discipline is available.

Courses;
Safety Courses are offered to members and this takes place at SCTA Affiliated clubs that apply for this facility.
Referee Courses are available to all individual members to assist them in understanding the Technical Rules and Regulations of the sport. Regarded as one of the most popular courses supplied by the SCTA

Legislation;
The SCTA represents its members in combating any possible anti-clay target and shotgun legislation.

Shooting Clays in Scotland;
There are many hundreds of organised SCTA events throughout the year, in every area of Scotland and affiliated organisations hold "Club and Open Shoots" for anyone wishing to enter

National and International Events;
The SCTA organises National Events for its members offering a route to International competitions where the members can represent Scotland and even progress to Commonwealth Games Standard in the Olympic Trap and Olympic Skeet Disciplines

Membership
Membership fees are very reasonable and possibly considered the very best value for Shotgun Shooting in the UK.

 

Members' Rights;
Every member of the SCTA has the right to attend the Association AGM,  and is encouraged to do so offering their opinion on any aspect of the governance of their Association. Each member of the Association and has one vote.