The officials required to run licenced meets are:
This is a great way to introduce yourself to the world of officiating and help with the running of meets. The training is very short and covers some basic theory followed by a practical assessment. There is no need to worry about this, as it is very supported - it is all about helping you become part of the team.
REMEMBER WE NEED YOU!
We are required to send officials to every club attended meet. Therefore, by building our team of officials we can not only fulfill this requirement but spread the work load, which means your commitment can be as little or as much as you can offer.
Perks of the role are:
NB. Minimum age for this training is 14.
For some, this may be as far as you want to take your training but for others you may wish to go on to become a Judge Level 1 (the first level of British qualification) and so on. The following briefly outlines these roles and what is required:
JUDGE LEVEL 1
This encompasses the role of Timekeeper, Chief Timekeeper and Inspector of Turns. Please note the following:
JUDGE LEVEL 2
This encompasses the role and duties in relation to all aspects of judging and the theoretical role and duties of Starter. Please note the following:
JUDGE LEVEL 2(S) STARTER
To be a starter you have to:
Training involves a prescribed amount of practical experiences as a Starter before undertaking a formal practical assessment.
The minimum age for this training is 19 years providing the candidate is aged 20 years as at 30 November in the year of the theory examination.
The course contains:
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