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Derby AC Athlete Results @ UK Inter-Counties Cross-Country Championships

Senior Men

Alex Pilcher 46th
Joe Kilgour 67th

Senior Women

Chrissie Dover 147th
Rebecca Miller 150th
Bethan Hudson 164th

Junior Men

Senay Guzai 69th

Junior Women

Jasmine Cooper 68th

Under 17 Men

Jude Bush 257th

Under 17 Women

Molly Hudson 47th

Under 15 Boys

Jack Davies 161st
Paddy Welsh 226th

Under 15 Girls

Poppy Mead 133rd
Evie Jones 272nd

Under 13 Boys

Samuel Wood 212th
Stanley Lowe 244th
James Rouse 280th

Under 13 Girls

Sarah Bourne 42nd
Jessica Robertson Dover 55th
Molly Emerton 240th

Level 1 Officials Course – Stoke-on-Trent

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Attendees need to do the H&S/Generic module and at least one of the Level one modules to qualify as an Official. These are the approximate times for the modules:

Saturday 30th March 2019 Health & Safety and Generic Module 10-12pm MO0359HS West Midlands Northwood Stadium , Keelings Rd, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 6PB
Level 1 Field Official 12.30-5pm MO0359FD
Level 1 Track Official 12.30-3pm MO0359TR
Level 1 Timekeeping Official 12.30-3pm MO0359TK

 

The costs for the courses are:

£30 – Full Level 1 Course – includes Health & Safety, Generic and one discipline module

£10 – Health & Safety Module only – (for current Level 1+ officials)

£20 – Discipline only (for those who have already attended H&S/Generic)

 

Who should go on this course?

This course is suitable for all new officials from the ages of 14+ to attend (officials can only gain a licence card and DBS from 16+). Candidates work under the supervision of a qualified official in a specific discipline (e.g. Track, Field, Timekeeping, etc) before becoming a qualified technical official.

What will I learn?

After completing the course candidates will have a knowledge and understanding in the following areas:

  • Appropriate attire/equipment
  • Knowledge and understanding of the role
  • Ability to follow duty sheet.
  • List events/roles covered
  • Health and Safety
  • Relationships with other officials and athletes
  • Knowledge and application of rules
  • Ability to make quick and correct decisions
  • Presentation and accuracy of result card
  • How to become a club, county or regional official and gain your officials licence

What will I be able to do?

After completing the course candidates will need to gain experience by attending four athletics meetings, operating under the supervision of a qualified UKA Technical Official.  These experiences should be recorded and submitted to England Athletics to show evidence of undertaking a variety of roles.  A DBS check will also be required following which a Level 1 Officials Licence will be issued. By undertaking further experiences and completing a log book, officials can progress to qualify at further levels.

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Northern League Track & Field 2019

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Athletic Club Achieves Success Despite Lack of Indoor Winter Training Facilities.

Volunteer Workshop

The Club is desperate to increase its number of Volunteers to improve the efficiency of the Club and reduce the workload of those who are already volunteering. There are many different volunteer roles which need filling and there are many in the Club who would have the necessary skills to fulfill those roles. Therefore, you are invited to a Workshop on 5th March in the clubroom 6.30-8.30pm. Free refreshments throughout.

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