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COURSES OFFERED BY BIATHLON ALBERTA

Biathlon Alberta typically hosts one officiating course per year, based upon geographical need and the training status of officials in a particular area. Refer to the table below for a list of courses.

 

COURSE/LEVEL
LENGTH
TEST SCORE AND LENGTH
PRE-REQUISITES
INTENDED ROLE OR PURPOSE
ENTRY-LEVEL / BRONZE BADGE
8 hours class, or online
70% - 10 questions, or online modules.
At least 15 years of age
Working official, under supervision but may perform minor supervision
ADVANCED / SILVER BADGE
14 hours
90% - Open book homework test.

1 Year as Entry- Level with all 8 competencies completed. Biathlon Canada selects

Senior organizational positions: Officer, Supervisor.

LEADER / GOLD BADGE

22 hours
80% - 100 minutes plus case studies.

Minimum 2 years as an Advanced Official with at least 8 competitions and as supervisor at least once. Biathlon Canada selects.

All senior leadership positions: Chief, Officer, Supervisor, Divisional TD, National Referee.

SPECIALITY QUALIFICATIONS
INSTRUCTOR / WHITE BADGE
14 hours
Practical evaluation in class.
Access from Leader. Biathlon Canada selects
Instructor for officials courses (must be TD to instruct TD Course)
TECHNICAL DELEGATE / RED BADGE
14 hours
80% - 100 minutes and practical evaluation in class
Access from Leader after minimum one year. Biathlon Canada selects
National TD and Referee, senior organization position.
INTERNATIONAL (IBU) QUALIFICATIONS
INTERNATIONAL REFEREE (IR) / WHITE AND GOLD BADGE
18 hours
80% - 120 minutes, 25 questions.
National Official for 4 years and must be nominated by Biathlon Canada
IR and Chief positions at IBU events
INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL DELEGATE (TD) / CLOTH BADGE
22 hours
80% - 120 minutes, 35 questions.
Access from IR, selection by IBU into TD Group
TD or IR at Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup, and other IBU events

 

For more information:

Biathlon Canada - Officials

IBU Rules

 

Hosting Policies

Biathlon Alberta Event Hosting Policy - 2015

Biathlon Canada Hosting Policies

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