18.Nov.2018 Officials - Level 1 (Starter's Assistant) Course Dates: 18.Nov.2018 Location: Ellesmere Port Sports Village, Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port Cost: £30 (inc H&S module) / £20 standalone module Course Code: NO0323ST Booking Deadline: 05.Nov.2018 A one day course that will allow the candidate to work under the supervision of a qualified official in the specific discipline with a view to becoming a qualified technical official. Length: 1 day Please note: The minimum age for this course is 14 Following attendance at this course candidates will have knowledge and understanding in the following areas: Ability to keep the meeting to time Positioning at starts Voice and clarity of instructions/signals Ability to make quick and correct decisions/deal with problems Ability to follow duty sheet. Knowledge and application of rules Knowledge & understanding of the role Appropriate attire/equipment Health and Safety 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 - Complete the competition experience form for four meetings as a starter or four meetings as a marksman depending on which qualification you wish to attain. You should show evidence of undertaking a variety of roles. You do not need to complete the remainder of the log book. Level 2 - Officials who show a total of 10 successful experiences in their log book will progress to become Level 2 Officials. You must complete all relevant questions in your logbook and have your log book assessed by an appointed assessor. Level 3 - Officials who show a further 10 successful experiences in their log book (this will include meetings at a higher level) plus one positive report on their competence from a higher graded official will be able to progress to become Level 3 Officials. Your logbook must be submitted to the Tri Regional National Group for assessment. Level 4 - Officials who show at least a further 10 successful experiences in their log book, and produce a minimum of 6 required reports, as well as attending relevant course modules, will progress to Level 4 and become National Officials. 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. Generic- inc Health & Safety 10AM TO 12PM Level 1 Field Course 12.30PM TO 4.30PM Level 1 Track Judge 12.30PM TO 3PM Level 1 Timekeeping Course 12.30PM TO 3PM Level 1 Starter/Marksman 12.30pm to 3.30pm Pleae note all applications received after this date will not be accepted. 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/.