If you want to keep cycling safe and support road racing in Wales, becoming a CSAS Marshal is for you.
Welsh Cycling have today confirmed four upcoming training dates for January and February 2018 and would like to encourage people to join them in ensuring the roads are safe for our cyclists during the many races that happen across Wales.
The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS) allows Chief Constables to empower accredited employees of Welsh Cycling with authority to stop and direct traffic and pedestrians.
Join our volunteer workforce and be part of the cycling community in Wales.
2018 CSAS Courses
Saturday 20th January
Coleg Gwent, Usk
Saturday 3rd February
DP Police HQ
Saturday 10th February
North Wales Police HQ
Saturday 24th February
South Wales tbc
The CSAS Marshal training is a one day, six hour course led by Gwent police. This training is to be undertaken yearly, unless a marshal attends more than six events in the year. In this instance the training would need to be undertaken after two years..
Once the course is passed, Welsh Cycling and Gwent Police will provide our marshals with:
- High Visibility uniform to be used for CSAS marshalling
- Powers Card – Identification card with unique marshal number
To book your place for one of the above training days, or for more information please email our Welsh Cycling workforce officer, Alistair Waldron via Alistair.firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to help you with your booking or query.
Prior to attending a course, candidates would need to provide/complete the following:
- Gwent Police Vetting Check
- Welsh Cycling application forms, uniform requirements, P46, photo.
We look forward to hearing from you!