Education Resources

 

Gate judge video contains an error on description of gate line of single pole GS, see ACR for correct description.

All education resources are updated annually with current materials being available only from October 14 – June 30 each year.

17-18 UPDATE REVIEW 12Oct17 Rev

All officials should review this document every year.  Attendance at an actual update clinic is required every other year.


Power Point Presentations

REFEREE (RF) 17-18
RADIO PROTOCOL & TECHNIQUES 17-18
RACE POINTS & PENALTY 17-18
JURY MINUTES -A Guide 17-18
TDTR – Paper and Online 17-18
REPLACEMENT TIME (EET) 13Oct17 Rev
INTRO SKI RACING (CO) 12Oct17 Rev
BASIC T & C 13Oct17 Rev
UPDATE & REVIEW – CONT. ED 12Oct17 Rev
SPLIT SECOND 101 12Oct17 Rev

2017 TD Update ReplacementTime
2017 TD Update Timing Presentation


Alpine Officials Manual

OBJECTIVES 17-18
BIBLIOGRAPHY 17-18
I. Intro & Overview 17-18
II. Superstructure of Ski Racing 17-18
III. Rules, Jury & Technical Delegate 17-18
IV. Race Organization 17-18
V. The Secretariat 17-18
VI. Working Papers 17-18
VII. The Racecourse 17-18
VIII. Gate Judges 17-18
IX.Timing & Calculations 17-18
X. Coaches as Officials 17-18
XI. Alpine Officials’ Program 17-18
XII. Computers & Ski Racing 17-18


Study Guides

CO REFERENCE GUIDE 17-18

CC STUDY GUIDE 17-18
CR STUDY GUIDE 17-18
TC 3 STUDY GUIDE 17-18
RF STUDY GUIDE 17-18
RA STUDY GUIDE Section 1. Race Result Software 17-18
RA STUDY GUIDE Section 2. Event Administration 12Oct17 Rev
TD STUDY GUIDE 12Oct17 Rev
TC 1 STUDY GUIDE 13Oct17 Rev

NAFISTD UPDATE 2017_TimingHomework


Online Timing Education

Thank you to Dave Iverson for this learning oportunity

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mV5R9hnlpX78YxTQUwhlI7wqG8ZJUt5-ZW7xMjh7D3Y/edit?usp=sharing

1)  Practice calculating hand times (time-of-day subtraction)
2)  Practice doing an Equivalent Electric Time (EET)
3)  Practice filling out a TDTR
4)  Practice calculating a FIS Penalty

The focus is on real data.  Participants will be using scans of real parent-volunteer-generated hand-timing sheets and associated timing tapes.
Each task has a “quiz” full of questions.  When all the answers are filled in, the participant can see what they got right and where they made mistakes.
Everything is self-paced.  You can do it whenever you want, and take as long as you want.  I estimate the whole thing should take 4-8 hours.

This is aimed at lots of people.  The two most important groups are:
•New Timing and Calculations hires/volunteers that want to go through this before their first real race.
•TD’s who know they should be stronger at Timing and Calculations, but haven’t had an opportunity to sit down and really work through it.


Miscellaneous Documents

ussa_live_timing (How To Use with Vola)
fis-equipment-specs-16-17
fis-icr-july-2017
fis-registration-16-17
fis-rules-points-17-18  
homol-flex-poles-12-06-16
homol-gate-panels-03-01-16
homol-timing-equipment-14-07-16
td-memorandum-2005
us-equipment-matrix
us-fis-equipment-matrix-july-2016
us-safe-sport-policy-16-17
us-u16-younger-course-specs
wireless-timing-precisions-2002
appeal-failing-ao-test flag-specifications-2012
safety-material-sept-2015


Medical Guides

JURY CHECKLIST FOR SUSPECTED CONCUSSION
Concussion Policies and Protocols

cdc-concussion-fact-sheet-for-coaches
cdc-concussion-fact-sheet-for-parents-and-athletes
cdc-heads-up-concussion-clipboard
competitions-and-cold
concussion-assessment-card
concussion-management
concussion-return-to-sport
fis-medical-guide-2013
head-injury-medical-evaluation
scat3-sport-concussion-assessment-tools
sport-at-low-temperatures
ussas-concussion-policy-16-17