Technical Officials

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CURRENT APPOINTMENTS

Please check our Events Page to see which Meets require Technical officials to volunteer.

Training

Online training is now available for the following positions:

 

Timekeeper / Chief Timekeeper

Marshal and Check Starter

Inspector of Turns

Judge of Stroke

Starter

Recorder

Dolphin Timing operatore

 

Available 24x7 online free of charge via the new SNSW Technical Officials' training portal.

For people who have not done it before Timekeeper, Checkstarter and Marshall are recommended as good starting points.

 

Have questions or want training in other positions?

Contact Peter Shell, SMNE ATSC Coordinator by email:   atsc@smne.org.au.

 

What happens after the course?

  1. Candidates should gain practical experience
  2. Once they are ready, they will be assessed by a SNSW assessor, usually at an SMNE meet
  3. Completed paperwork is forwarded to SNSW and eventually a 'Technical Official' badge and plastic card will be received. Candidates are licensed to officiate as soon as they have passed their assessment.