OBRA Officials Training, 2009
We are pleased to announce an upcoming OBRA officials training for new and novice officials. If you have ever thought about becoming a cycling official, now is your opportunity to get introductory training. We will be covering core material as well as material specific to referees and judges. Through both classroom instruction and an outdoor mock-race field session, you will learn the basic skills need to officiate at OBRA events. During the mock-race session, new officials will be mentored by veteran officials.
We request that every OBRA team plan on having at least one team member trained to be an official.
OBRA Officials Training. We will be focused on training officials for road events. This will prepare officials to work road races and stage races (criterium, time trials, and road races).
January 31, 2009, 9am - 3:30pm. 2 hours will be spent outdoors in a field session under mock-race conditions.
Corvallis, Oregon. The training will be held at Hewlett-Packard, 1000 NE Circle Blvd, Corvallis. More detailed directions will be posted later.
This training is for new and novice officials. We will be training both referees and judges.
How to Register:
There will be no charge for this training. To register, please sign up at http://obratrainings.eventbrite.com/. You will need to specify if you are planning to train as a referee or a judge. You can't do both at this training.
Official's training material can be found on the OBRA Training Wiki at http://obra.wikidot.com.
For more information, please contact Seth May (email@example.com) or Jim Fischer (firstname.lastname@example.org).