Level 1 Timekeeping
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Who should go on this course?
Anyone who is interested in timing the track events, including sprints, hurdles, relays and distance events.
What will I learn?
- Bring appropriate equipment and clothing to a meeting
- Take appropriate times accurately and understand some of the reasons for inaccuracy
- Understand how to report times to chief timekeeper
- Understand what additional duties may be required
- Understand how a timekeeper works as part of a team
Is there an assessment?
There isn’t an assessment but after the course candidates need to complete at least 4 competition experiences to become licensed. Candidates must have completed the on-line Health & Safety course for Officials as well.
What do I do after the course?
- Ensure you have uploaded your licence photo to the myAthletics portal ( head shot on a white background).
- Ensure you complete a PVG (Protection of Vulnerable Groups) application. Please contact Angie Sutherland and she will assist you with this.
- Complete a Health and Safety module online.
- Attend a minimum of 4 competition experiences and record on your accreditation form.
- Email your Application for Accreditation form to firstname.lastname@example.org for processing in order to receive your UKA Level 1 License.
For more information contact Shona Malcolm.
All courses will be delivered in an interactive practical and lecture setting.
For more information on progressing through the Officials Pathway please click here.