Alpine National Timer Development Training

  • Date Sunday, 29 May 2022
  • Location Queenstown
  • Price(s)
29 May
Event for
Alpine Ski Racing
  • Membership required

To register for this course please email [email protected]

Learning Objectives

The National Timer Development course is a refresher for certified National Timers and an extension to the Intro to Race Timing course.

This 1-day course recaps how to set up wireless and cabled timing equipment for a race, how to use Ski Pro software to prepare start lists, time the race and produce results, and troubleshoot any issues that National Timers experienced in the previous season.

This course will be backed up with at-home self-paced learning using our online resources and support during the winter from Chief of Timing, Arno Marten over the phone or via email. [email protected]

What you need to bring:

  • Your timing laptop with either ski pro 2.27 loaded or with your ski pro dongle and a charger
  • If you or your club have your own a CP unit, please bring this with you.
  • An ethernet cable
  • A multiplug
  • A notebook and pencil
  • A packed lunch or lunch money

Course Resource Materials

Further Training

For those National Timer Candidates who require further experience in any of the timing team roles to complete their ‘Race Official: Timing Team Certification’ before progressing on with their National Timers Certificate please let us know and we will assist in finding these race experience days.

Minimum requirement of 4 races (1 race in each of the timing team roles) for the Timing Team cert. This can be completed over a minimum of 2 days.

For National Timer Candidates working towards their National Timer Certificate this season. Please let us know so that we can assign you as assistant timer at a FIS level races to gain experience. It is a requirement that you gain experience at 2 different mountains.

Once a candidate and their mentor feel they are ready, they will be allocated as Timer for a National Points race and will be assessed on:

  • Preparation
  • Team Captains Meeting
  • Equipment Set Up
  • Race Communication
  • Race Timing
  • Results Processing
  • Equipment Care

The National Timer assessment will be done at the candidate’s home mountain.

Candidates are welcome to do as many supervised timing days as they feel they need before they are ready to take their assessment.

Course Fees & Travel Subsidy

This course is free of charge to Snow Sport NZ members.

 

Alpine National Timer Development Training

29 May
Event for
Alpine Ski Racing
  • Membership required
  • Date Sunday, 29 May 2022
  • Location Queenstown
  • Price(s)

To register for this course please email [email protected]

Learning Objectives

The National Timer Development course is a refresher for certified National Timers and an extension to the Intro to Race Timing course.

This 1-day course recaps how to set up wireless and cabled timing equipment for a race, how to use Ski Pro software to prepare start lists, time the race and produce results, and troubleshoot any issues that National Timers experienced in the previous season.

This course will be backed up with at-home self-paced learning using our online resources and support during the winter from Chief of Timing, Arno Marten over the phone or via email. [email protected]

What you need to bring:

  • Your timing laptop with either ski pro 2.27 loaded or with your ski pro dongle and a charger
  • If you or your club have your own a CP unit, please bring this with you.
  • An ethernet cable
  • A multiplug
  • A notebook and pencil
  • A packed lunch or lunch money

Course Resource Materials

Further Training

For those National Timer Candidates who require further experience in any of the timing team roles to complete their ‘Race Official: Timing Team Certification’ before progressing on with their National Timers Certificate please let us know and we will assist in finding these race experience days.

Minimum requirement of 4 races (1 race in each of the timing team roles) for the Timing Team cert. This can be completed over a minimum of 2 days.

For National Timer Candidates working towards their National Timer Certificate this season. Please let us know so that we can assign you as assistant timer at a FIS level races to gain experience. It is a requirement that you gain experience at 2 different mountains.

Once a candidate and their mentor feel they are ready, they will be allocated as Timer for a National Points race and will be assessed on:

  • Preparation
  • Team Captains Meeting
  • Equipment Set Up
  • Race Communication
  • Race Timing
  • Results Processing
  • Equipment Care

The National Timer assessment will be done at the candidate’s home mountain.

Candidates are welcome to do as many supervised timing days as they feel they need before they are ready to take their assessment.

Course Fees & Travel Subsidy

This course is free of charge to Snow Sport NZ members.