Virtual classroom (Zoom) Level 1 Endurance Official 6-9pm 10 places remaining

Event Start: 31/07/2023 18:00
Event Ends: 31/07/2023 21:00


Monday 31st July 

6-9pm (with breaks)

Location: Virtual classroom (once you register to the course via Athletics Hub your booking confirmation email with contain your Zoom link). 

Registration link 

Following attendance on the Level 1 - Endurance Officials course candidates will have knowledge and understanding in the following areas:

  • 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
  • Risk assessment and practical considerations
  • Relationship with other officials and athletes
  • The tools to do the job
  • A working knowledge of the start, course and finish of an endurance event
  • Appropriate attire/equipment

For more information on how to navigate Athletics Hub click here.

After the course to become a graded UKA Level 1 Endurance Licensed Official follow the steps below:

  1. You are required to complete a Risk Awareness course as part of the Level 1 - Endurance Officials course.
  2. Read the Health and Safety Guidance for Endurance Officials.
  3. Complete the online Safeguarding course**.
  4. Attend 4 varying* competition experiences and record in the Record of Experience form.
  5. Email both your accreditation form and ROE form to for grading in order to receive for UKA Level 1 License. 

*Any 4 from the following experiences will be accepted on an Endurance Officials Record of Experience sheet to attain a level 1 licence. No more than two of the same type of experience should feature. Three differing experiences should be achieved as a minimum:

Pre-Race Registration Duties
Assisting with the setting out a start / finish area pre-race
Start Line assisting / assembling Athletes
Course Marshalling
Marshalling Crossing Points
Marshalling at Road Junctions
Assisting with the judging / recording at a race finish or equivalent
Stewarding / Marshalling at finish or operating a finishing funnel
Timekeeper Recording

**If you have already completed the Safeguarding in Athletics module as a coach/leader or as part of another volunteer role in athletics then there is not the requirement to complete it again until your licence is due for renewal.

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