If you want to get training or get an assessment, go to the Request Activity Training / Assessment page and fill in your details. Darren (Norfolk County MAPS) will receive the request and look at ways of getting your request sorted.
To get an activity permit, please follow the steps below:
3. Get assessed by a County Activity Assessor
If you are ready for assessment or have a national governing body (NGB) qualification, request an assessment from the Request Activity Training / Assessment page. If you are renewing, ensure you have an up-to date log book.
See the County Activity Assessors page to see who is an assessor in Norfolk.
4. You pass and are recommended to your District Commissioner
If you pass the assessment, then the County Activity Assessor will recommend through Compass that you gain a permit. The DC will look at if you are up-to on your safeguarding and safety training and will approve your permit if they deem it appropriate.
If you have any problems during the process, please contact Darren (Norfolk County MAPS) who will be able to help you.
5. Keep a log book and keep up to date
Permits are normally issued for 5 years. During that time you need to keep a log book which you need to produce to renew the permit.
Make sure you are up to date on the rules of the activity, the Activities and Nights Away News page is a good place to start.