PLEASE HAVE EACH PARENT COMPLETE THIS FORM IF BOTH ARE ABLE TO ATTEND.
(It is common to have both parents volunteering at a race.)
Less than 2 minutes to complete
We need you to attend training to become an Alpine Official in the 2021-2022 ski season. This is a great way to help keep races safe, efficient, fair, and fun.
Save the date: November 6 or November 7 (you can attend either day)
Location: Buck Hill
Approximate start time: 9am
No ski racing experience required!
Chief of Race (oversees the logistics of Race Day)
Chief of Timing (oversees timing to ensure efficient and fair race)
Chief of Course (oversees course workers and race day equipment)
Race Administrator (manages the administration of race paperwork and filing)
Start / Finish Referee (sets up start or finish and marks down racers as they go through)
Referee (generally a role assigned to coaches)
We can recommend which position to get certified for based on your interests and experience plus our areas of need if you don't know for sure.
We need to prepare for 2021-2022 by getting enough volunteers trained and committed ahead of time to keep things safe, fair, and efficient on race day.
Every official (new and renewing) will also need to attend the "annual rules update" on 10/25 from 6-8pm CT.
You can signup here:
Zoom on Monday 10/25 at
6-8pm CT; 7-9pm EThttps://usskiandsnowboard-org.zoom.us/j/81933916759?pwd=eWhBQmZCUThEdmdRcmFmZElMVU9Qdz09
Meet ID: 819 3391 6759; Code: 402589
Questions: Contact the volunteer coordinator for your team or the Training Coordinator for Region 1, Scott Burns (email@example.com