Re-Accreditation for National Commissares

Your National Commissare’s accreditation is valid for four years.

National Commissars whose re-accreditation falls due in the upcoming year will be assessed by BMXA to determine if they have met their four-year officiating requirements.

To be eligible to re-accredit as a National Commissare you are required to have:

  • Officiated at one BMXA National Series (NS) event per year, or
  • Officiated at BMXA National Championships (CN) per year

 

For the National Commissares Re-Accreditation Checklist – CLICK HERE

Re-accrediting National Commissares who have completed their SportAUS Community Officials Course and current National Commissares are encouraged to further their officials education through completing :

COURSE HELD BY
Assessor Training State/Territory Sport and Recreation
Mentor Training State/Territory Sport and Recreation
Presenter/Facilitator Training State/Territory Sport and Recreation
Play by the Rule Courses CLICK HERE
Complaint Handling CLICK HERE
Child Protection CLICK HERE
Harrassment and Discrimination CLICK HERE
Integrity in Sport
(Mini Course)
CLICK HERE
Let Kids be Kids
(Mini Course)
CLICK HERE
Ethics and Ethical Decision Making in Sport
(Mini Course)
CLICK HERE
Walking the Talk - Putting Integrity into Action CLICK HERE

Completion of additional education modules are an important part of demonstrating your interest in on-going development as a Commissare.  Official.

Certificates and documents should be sent to officials@bmxaustralia.com.au for inclusion on your Commissare’s record. Please allow up to 3 weeks for re-accreditation processing.