Ski racing is a sport that relies heavily on volunteers
It takes 30-40 volunteers to put on a race!
The National Capital Division, including Calabogie, has a regional and provincial reputation for having an excellent, committed and experienced volunteer pool
In the 2014-15 season, 80% of all parents/guardians, representing 90% of all athlete families, volunteered for at least one event
to volunteer to the extent allowed by their life situations
90% of volunteering is about making sure the athletes are training and racing in a safe environment
Anyone, with or without ski (racing) experience, can help:
Administrative roles (registration, announcer, scoreboard, bib collection, ...)
Technical roles (course crew, gate judging, start, finish, timing, ...)
Pre-event organization (course setup, logistics, ...)
Technical roles require certification as an official
All parents should obtain a minimum Level 1 official certification
Experienced officials should seek Level 2+ certification in order to take on leadership roles
CSRC will offer a Level 1 Officials Certification Course before the start of race season
Officials/volunteers need to be registered as such on the AOA website for insurance reasons
For more information about officials certification training contact Brent Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Calabogie Ski Racing Club.
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