25.Feb.2018 Officials - Level 1 (Endurance) & Risk Awareness Course Dates: 25.Feb.2018 Location: Dartford Harriers Clubhouse, Cranford Road, Dartford, Kent, DA1 1JP Cost: £30 (inc risk awareness) or £20 for one module Course Code: SO/0430ENDRA Booking Deadline: 19.Feb.2018 A one day course that will allow the candidate to work under the supervision of a qualified endurance official with a view to becoming a qualified technical official. This day also includes the Risk Awareness Course which must be completed before a Level 3 licence is awarded. Length: One day Please note: The minimum age for this course is 18 Officials - Level 1 (Endurance) Following attendance at this course candidates will have knowledge and understanding in the following areas: Appropriate attire/equipment How endurance officials operate at road and cross country races. The requisite skills to be an endurance official The key officials who operate at an endurance event and their responsibilities Knowledge and application of rules Relationship with other officials Relationship with athletes The tools to do the job The endurance officials pathway – what is init for me A working knowledge of the start, finish and course of an endurance event. Following completion of the course candidates will then be required to operate under the supervision of a qualified technical official and submit log book records to gain a formal technical officials qualification at the following sub-levels: Level 1 – officials who have attended the Level 1 course and have four recognised experiences at an endurance event in their log book will progress to county official Level 2 – officials who have studied two compulsory modules: Sector Marshals Results/ Recording (Laps/Times/Finish) And one from the following:- Race Referee/Race Judge Start/Finish Director (Basic) Race Director (Basic) Clerk of Course/Course Director And show a further six successful experiences in their log book will progress to become a county official. Level 3 – officials who have studied the three remaining modules from the following Race Referee/Race Judge Start/Finish Director (Basic) Race Director (Basic) Clerk of Course/Course Director and who show a further 10 successful experiences in their log book plus one positive report on their competence will progress to become regional officials. Risk Awareness Following attendance at this course candidates will have knowledge and understanding in the following areas: Reasons for undertaking a risk assessment Risk Assessment methodology and content Identify hazards, risks and how to control them Who is at risk from an event Who is responsible for Risk Assessment and who needs to be involved Appreciation of the production of a Risk Assessment document Timetable for the production of a Risk Assessment Practical considerations in the production of Risk Assessment Officials at Level 2 wishing to referee should have attended a Risk Awareness/ Assessment course before they accept an appointment for this work. The Risk Awareness Course must be completed before a Level 3 licence is awarded. Bookings should be through the formal booking form. See below to access the Officials' Course Form. Note: All new officials should send a passport photograph with their completed form and return both to England Athletics, Athletics House, Alexander Stadium, Walsall Road, Perry Barr. Birmingham B42 2BE. Please make your cheque payable to England Athletics. Booking on Officials' courses Please use the Officials' course booking form which you can download here. Get Directions » More information To find out more about the process of qualifying as a coach, and what each level of coaching qualification involves, please go to www.englandathletics.org/qualifying-as-a-coach. To find out more about officiating please see www.englandathletics.org/officials. To find out more about courses for Primary and Secondary Teachers click here Terms and conditions To download the England Athletics Booking and Cancellation Policy please click here. To view the code of conduct for coaches, officials and other roles please see www.uka.org.uk/governance/policies/.