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The Club Race Officer seminar is aimed at educating Australian Sailing members in the basics to conduct consistent, fair and safe club racing.
To become accredited as an Australian Sailing Club Race Officer you are required to:
- Be a member of an Australian Sailing affiliated club.
- Attend a Club Race Officer seminar, or
- Supply to a Letter of Endorsement from your AS affiliated Club or class association.
If you are currently unaccredited and yet experienced and proficient as an Race Officer at Club level, you may wish to accredit via submitting evidence of prior seminar attendance or a Letter of Endorsement from your club or class association (within the last four years). Evidence can be submitted to Australian Sailing via the Club Race Officer Accreditation Application Form.
Registration at the top of this page allows you to enrol in an available Accreditation Seminar.It is important to note that this seminar may be presented in Face to Face or webinar format. When registering, the seminar name and details identify the format in which the seminar will be delivered.
There are no prerequisites to attend this seminar.
This is a free course provided by Australian Sailing.
Who should do this course?
People who have a keen interest in Sailing and want to participate in another facet of the sport. Those who may be interested in becoming a Race Officer include parents who may have limited experience with sailing and want to contribute to the sport, volunteers at yacht clubs and sailors who no longer actively participate in the sport.
Participants will become accredited as a Club Race Officer; an individual in charge of all on water activities at club or singular club race course and manages all associated race officials and volunteers.
If you have further queries regarding this course please contact your Club Services Officer.
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