This category contains courses for Judges and Judge Candidates

The following information is basic for any person who wishes to be a Club Official or Range Captain at archery clubs in Australia.

A Club Official has primary responsibility for the conduct of organized club shooting activities. This involves the safety of the archers taking part in club shooting activities, but a Club Official also needs to know the basic requirements for running a club shoot. This includes some knowledge of the archery rules covering range layout and scoring procedures.

As you read and understand the information under each of the following Section headings, you are invited to test yourself online. Although the whole module should take you no more than an hour, there is no need to complete the assessment in one go ... it is more important that you really understand each section before moving on to the next topic.

To be eligible to attempt the following training module, applicants must have successfully completed the online Principles of Judging module.

Judge accreditation pathway

This Module has been developed by Susanne Wormersley

for Archery Australia on behalf of the Archery Australia Officials Committee

Copyright© 2016 by Archery Australia Inc.

Members of Archery Australia who have completed the Club Official module are eligible to progress through the training modules at their own pace.

Completion of the Principles of Judging Module plus all three event-specific Modules allows the successful person to apply to the Archery Australia Officials Committee at officials@archery.org.au for the status of National Judge Candidate, should they so desire. This is one way to become a National Judge.

The pass mark for Principles of Judging and for each of the Event-specific modules is 80%. Applicants will have 2 opportunities to attempt each of the Modules and reach the pass level, before being denied access for three months from the date of the second unsuccessful attempt.

While each Module introduces the material required in the Assessment sections, you will also be directed to the relevant chapters of the Rule books and Judges Guides, which you will need to look at closely in order to answer the detailed questions in the Assessment sections.

As you read and understand the information under each of the Section headings, you are invited to test your understanding online. There is no need to complete the section assessments or the whole module in one attempt … it is more important that you really understand each section before moving on to the next topic.

References to additional materials have been abbreviated throughout the modules. These abbreviations are listed below and can be accessed at www.worldarchery.org and www.archery.org.au:

 

WA                  World Archery Rulebook       

(see World Archery website under SPORT, then Rules)

AA                   Archery Australia Constitution and Rules   

(see AA website under ABOUT US, then Constitution & Shooting Rules)

WAJG             World Archery Judges Guide            

(see WA website under SPORT, then Judging)

AAJG              Archery Australia Judges Guide, Appendix (specific Australian content)

(see AA website under ABOUT ARCHERY, then Officials Documents

To be eligible to attempt the following training module, applicants must have successfully completed the online Club Official module.

Club Official

Principles of Judging

Target & Indoor

=>

Event Judge - Target

Field

=>

Event Judge - Field

 

Clout

=>

Event Judge - Clout

Apply to become a National Judge Candidate

Event Judge

 

Members of Archery Australia who have completed the Club Official module are eligible to progress through the training modules at their own pace.

Completion of the Principles of Judging Module plus all three event-specific Modules allows the successful person to apply to the Archery Australia Officials Committee at officials@archery.org.au for the status of National Judge Candidate, should they so desire. This is one way to become a National Judge.

The pass mark for Principles of Judging and for each of the Event-specific modules is 80%. Applicants will have 2 opportunities to attempt each of the Modules and reach the pass level, before being denied access for three months from the date of the second unsuccessful attempt.

While each Module introduces the material required in the Assessment sections, you will also be directed to the relevant chapters of the Rule books and Judges Guides, which you will need to look at closely in order to answer the detailed questions in the Assessment sections.

 

As you read and understand the information under each of the Section headings, you are invited to test your understanding online. There is no need to complete the section assessments or the whole module in one attempt … it is more important that you really understand each section before moving on to the next topic.

References to additional materials have been abbreviated throughout the modules. These abbreviations are listed below and can be accessed at www.worldarchery.org and www.archery.org.au:

 

WA                  World Archery Rulebook       

(see World Archery website under SPORT, then Rules)

AA                   Archery Australia Constitution and Rules   

(see AA website under ABOUT US, then Constitution & Shooting Rules)

WAJG             World Archery Judges Guide            

(see WA website under SPORT, then Judging)

AAJG              Archery Australia Judges Guide, Appendix (specific Australian content)

(see AA website under ABOUT ARCHERY, then Officials Documents

To be eligible to attempt the following training module, applicants must have successfully completed the online Principles of Judging module. Judges Pathway

 This Module has been developed by Andrew Fluck

for Archery Australia on behalf of the Archery Australia Officials Committee

Copyright© 2016 by Archery Australia Inc.

Members of Archery Australia who have completed the Club Official module are eligible to progress through the other training modules at their own pace.

This module deals with Clout events. Successful completion of this module entitles the person to become a Clout Event Judge or Range Captain for CLOUT at archery clubs in Australia, and, under the direction of a National Judge, at Clout Tournaments.

Successful completion of the Principles of Judging Module plus all three event-specific Modules allows the person to apply to the Archery Australia Officials Committee at officials@archery.org.au for the status of National Judge Candidate, should they so desire. This is one way to become a National Judge.

A Technical Official has primary responsibility for the conduct of organised shooting activities. This involves the safety of the archers taking part in club shooting activities, but a Club Official also needs to know the basic requirements for running a club clout shoot. This includes some knowledge of the archery rules covering range layout and scoring procedures.

The pass mark for the Clout module is 80%. Applicants will have 2 opportunities to attempt this Module and reach the pass level, before being denied access for three months from the date of the second unsuccessful attempt.

While this Module introduces the material required in the Assessment sections, you will also be directed to the relevant chapters of the Rulebooks and Judges Guides, which you will need to look at closely in order to answer the detailed questions in the Assessment sections.

As you read and understand the information under each of the following Section headings, you are invited to test yourself online. Although the whole module should take you no more than an hour, there is no need to complete the assessment in one go ... it is more important that you really understand each section before moving on to the next topic.

References to this material throughout the module have been abbreviated. These abbreviations are listed below and can be accessed at www.worldarchery.org and www.archery.org.au:

 

WA                  World Archery Rulebook       

(see World Archery website under SPORT, then Rules)

AA                   Archery Australia Constitution and Rules   

(see AA website under ABOUT US, then Constitution & Shooting Rules)

WAJG             World Archery Judges Guide            

(see WA website under SPORT, then Judging)

AAJGA           Archery Australia Judges Guide, Appendix (specific Australian content)

(see AA website under ABOUT ARCHERY, then Officials Documents)