Technical Officials in Masters Swimming
Director of Technical Services: John Barrett @ email@example.com
What is a technical official?
Masters Swimming Queensland is reliant on its volunteer officials to assist at all inter-club and state swim meets. Anyone can become a technical official.
A technical official can be any one of the following:
Click on the button to access the information on each course.
Courses on any of the above are free. To become a fully qualified official, all 'positions' need to be completed. The time it takes is dependent on the person. The more you attend swim meets to fulfill the practical experience and accumulate the required hours, the sooner you achieve the complete qualification.
For more information on the courses, click on Technical to take you to the MSA website.
Your club may wish to nominate one of your officials as the Official of the Year .The nomination forms are available from the main menu at Resources>General Information>Forms.
This page is designed to give swimmers information on various aspects of rules in Masters Swimming.
Courses held throughout the year are listed below the RULES' section.
The information is relevant and is often provided as a result of observations made by our technical officials, who may repeatedly encounter certain problems. Should you have any questions, please send the MSQ Director of Technical Services an email. Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to have certain information added, please contact the Administrator: Email contact: email@example.com
TECHNICAL OFFICIAL COURSES
13 October 2018 - Timekeeper Course - UQ - 11am preceding the UQ Masters Swim Meet at 1pm. For more information, click on Flyer
Link to the MSA Swimming and Open Water Swimming Rules page: MSA Swimming Rules
If you got questions about these articles, please contact the MSQ Director of Technical Services firstname.lastname@example.org
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