COACHES / OFFICIALS

Officials are the lifeblood of our sport and without them our sport would not be able to continue. Becoming an official can be a rewarding and at times, challenging role.

Steps required to become an official...

Types of Officials

At any race meeting there are numerous Officials present to assist you and to ensure the safe and fair running of the meeting. The following list outlines some of the main types of Officials that exist in motorcycle sport:

Steward

The person with the supreme control of a race meeting. The Steward is Motorcycling Australia's representative. The Steward has the power to enforce penalties and adjudicate over the rules. It is rare for competitors to have any dealings with the Steward as the actual running of the meeting is done by the Clerk of the Course.

Referee

The person who has supreme control at a Speedway race meeting. The Referee has the same functions as a Steward but has more direct control over a meeting.

Clerk of Course

The Clerk of the Course is responsible to the Steward for the running of the meeting. The Clerk of the Course will ensure that the circuit is safe, the officials are at their posts and refer to the Steward those difficulties that cannot be resolved at a lower level. If you have any questions regarding safety, legality or the running of the races direct them to the Clerk of the Course.

Race Secretary

The person in charge of the administrative aspects of a meeting. Matters of entries and fees, grid positions, materials and equipment should be directed here.

Measurers & Scrutineers

Responsible for determining compliance and eligibility of machines and riding gear as in accordance with the M.O.M.S and Supplementary Regulations.

Starter

The Starter is responsible for the actual starting of the race as well as assessing the fairness of the start. He will decide if any riders 'jump' the start and inform the Clerk of the Course who will recommend any penalties. He may also declare a false start if someone is disadvantaged.

Judge

The function of the judge is to declare the order in which the competing motorcycles cross the finishing line.

Flag Marshals

Responsible for signalling race conditions and instructions to riders and providing initial safety assistance.

Announcer

Commentates the races and broadcasts details about the races and contestants to the public. Announcers are not to show bias to any riders or offer advice and instructions to any riders. The announcer shall also broadcast any instructions from the Steward.

Grid Marshal

In charge of the safe and proper running of the pit area including the grid. The Grid Marshal ensures that the correct riders are on their appropriate row at the due time. He will refer problems to the Clerk of the Course.

Observer

The observer or marker is an important official in the discipline of Observed Trials. His role is observe riders as they pass through sections of the course and record penalty points on a punch card or tally sheet


Becoming an Official

Becoming an Official is easy! Click here to view the process.

The first step to becoming an Official consists of completing an online General Seminar. Once you have completed the Online Seminar and Assessment all you need to do is submit an Officials Application Form to Motorcycling NSW who will send you an Officials Licence.

The online General Seminar, which does not require your attendance at a Seminar, allows you to officiate at Club Level events only as an Operational Official. An Operational Official includes a Flag Marshal, Timekeeper, Judges, Observer, Handicappers, Starters, Communicator, Announcer etc. The pass mark for this assessment is 75% and once this assessment has been completed, please send in your application form and assessment to the MNSW Office.

Online General Seminar Presentation

Online General Seminar Assessment

New Officials Application Form

New Officials Application Form (word)


Officials & Coaches Seminar Calendar

June 2017 - Official Seminars

July 2017 - Officials Seminars

August 2017 - Officials Seminars


Officials Seminar Nomination Forms

Self Nomination form

Club Nomination form


Officials Accreditation System Information

Officials Accreditation System - current as at 1.4.2015


Officials Forms

Officials Licence Upgrade/Renewal Application Form

Officials Licence Upgrade/Renewal Application Form - Writable Word Doc

Working with Children Check Submission Form

Licence & Logbook Declaration Form


Affiliated Coaches

2016 Affiliated Coaches List

Current Coaches with WWCC as of 2nd December 2016

 

COACHES - Level One Coach and Club Coach / Assessor

Club Coach Application Form

Level 1 Coaching Re accreditation Application Form

Working with Children Check Submission Form


Level 1 NCAS Coaching Courses

Level 1 Coaching  Course Registration Form

 

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