Out of Stadia Seminar Level 1
Tuesday 6 May 2014 - Theory Component
Saturday 10 May 2014 - Practical Session
If you are interested in Cross Country, Road Races, Race Walking and other out of Stadia events make sure to attend the Out of Stadia Seminar scheduled for Tuesday, May 6 at Athletics House - Cathy Freeman Room, 31 Aughtie Drive, Albert Park. The seminar will enable you to learn more about course setting, starting, time-keeping, judging, umpiring and lap scoring.
This will be followed by a Practical Session to be held in conjunction with the Schools XCR Relays event at Jells Park on Saturday, 10 May.
The program for the Theory Component night will be as follows:
6:00pm - 7:30pm Presentation including scope for Q&A
7:30pm - 8:00pm Light Meal
8:00pm - 10:00pm Open book test based on IAAF Competition Rules*
*The open book test will be conducted in small groups in which participants are able to discuss questions.
Cost for the seminar is $10
Click here to register for this seminar on the Athletics Victoria website by Monday, 28 April 2014.
For more information please contact Andrea Hallett - email@example.com or 03 8646 4513.
Introduction to Officials Courses
Officials / Parent helpers are very important to the effective functioning of Centre weekly competition. There are a large number of different roles and positions that need to be filled at each competition, some require technical knowledge and experiences, whilst others are basic and only require a limited understanding of athletics.
To assist Centre’s with the education of parents the Victorian Officials Committee is introducing a new initiative. Each Centre will have a dedicated Chief of Officials who will train up parents throughout the course of the season. Chief of Officials are required to attend an Introduction to Officiating Course (ITOC) which is a non-accredited practical Officials course designed for Little Athletics, giving individuals the ability and confidence to Officiate at Centre Level. Chief of Officials will receive a Victorian Officials polo top and need to register as a Victorian Official. All Officials education courses are free.
Victorian Officials will receive information on Education courses being conducted throughout the season and other seminars / workshops as they become available.
The seminars include all events in Track & Field, combining rules with the practical application of them, along with the important aspects of safety, venue set up, recording results and handling equipment.
Time: 10am – 2pm - Participants to BYO Lunch. Tea / Coffee provided
Cost: FREE – includes copy of Officials Booklet.
Please refer to the specific course for a time and date at when entries close
Please click on the above header to register for any of the dates below