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1 Eventing Officials Licensing Procedures And Training Programs For Judges, Technical Delegates and Course Designers The following is information about the licensing procedures and training programs for Eventing officials. Information on the programs is also available on the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) website or from either the USEF Director of Licensed Officials, 4047 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY (859) or the U.S. Eventing Association (USEA), or the USEA Director of Education, 525 Old Waterford Road NW, Leesburg, VA (703) Eventing officials, judges, technical delegates (TD), course designers (CD), and jumping course designers (EVJCD), are licensed by the USEF at the recorded (r), Registered (R) and FEI levels. Please note there is no r EVJCD license. The purpose of this document is to describe each program and outline the steps necessary to become an official. Minimum requirements must be met to be considered for each level. Training Sessions followed by a final exam are also required for the r and R licenses. Licensing Procedures The USEF is responsible for LICENSING all Eventing officials. Training Sessions The USEA is responsible for TRAINING Session for all Eventing officials. included is information for the Mentored Fast Track Program for judges, technical delegates, and course designers, the Associate Judge Fast Track program, and the eventing jumping course designer license. r Judges, Technical Delegates, Course Designers Individuals wishing to be an Eventing r official should review the material outlined in the USEF Rule Book (GR1040). In addition, they must meet the minimum criteria outlined herein to be accepted into the r Training Program for Eventing Officials (TPEO), and subsequently pass the final exam in order to be considered for licensing by the USEF. The Training Program (see attached) includes training sessions, independent study, and apprenticing, for the dressage, jumping, cross country, and course design sections but varies according to the license sought. In addition to those seriously pursuing licensure through USEF, the r TPEO is also open to USEA members who are interested in learning more about Eventing, but are not interested in pursuing a license as an official. Training session space is limited, however, with preference given to individuals working on their r license. R Judges, Technical Delegates, and Course Designers r officials seeking promotion to be an Eventing R official (except jumping course designers) should review the material outlined in the USEF Rule Book (GR1040). In addition, they must meet the minimum criteria outlined herein to be accepted into the R Training Program for Eventing Officials (TPEO), and subsequently pass the final exam in order to be considered for licensing. The Training Program includes training sessions, independent study, and apprenticing, and varies according to the license. FEI 1*/2* License for Judges, Technical Delegates, Course Designers R officials seeking promotion to FEI status must meet the criteria outlined in the attached chart as well as any FEI requirements, including completion of an FEI course. Upon completion of the program, applications are reviewed by the USEF Eventing Technical and Licensed Officials Committees, before a recommendation is made to the FEI. 1 updated 6/6/2013

2 Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Table of Contents... 2 Definition of Terms... 4 r Officials: Things to Know... 7 r Judge Licensing Process... 9 Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing Training Programs Dressage Section Jumping Section Cross Country Section r Technical Delegate Licensing Process Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing Training Programs Jumping Section Cross Country Section r Course Designer Licensing Process Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing Training Programs Course Design Section Mentored Fast Track Program Associate Judge Fast Track Program Jumper Course Designer R Officials: Things to Know updated 6/6/2013

3 R Judge Licensing Process Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing R Technical Delegate Licensing Process Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing R Course Design Licensing Process Prerequisites USEF approval Exam USEF licensing R Training Programs Advanced Dressage Section Advanced Course Evaluation Section Appendix 1 a. Preceptor Guidelines b. List of Approved Preceptors...not yet available c. Apprentice Evaluation Forms... separate documents Appendix 2 a. r Eventing Training Session: Dressage Section b. r Eventing Training Session: Jumping Section c. r Eventing Training Session: Cross Country Section d. r Eventing Training Session: Course Design Section Appendix 3 a. Minimum Requirements to Maintain Licensing b. Continuing Education Courses outline c. Status Required to Officiate at the Various Levels Appendix 4 a. FEI 1*/2* licensing requirements Appendix 5 a. Course Advisor Contact Information updated 6/6/2013

4 Relevant Organizations, National and International USEA/USEF Training Program for Eventing Officials Definitions United States Eventing Association (USEA) The USEA, an affiliate organization of the USEF, develops and implements the training sessions, final examinations, and continuing education clinics required by the U.S. Equestrian Federation (USEF) for becoming a USEF-licensed official and the maintenance of that status. USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee Mission: To act as advisors to all Licensed Officials through the LO group. To provide content for the Officially Yours newsletter to be mailed out quarterly to all officials. To strategically plan for the future needs of Licensed Officials and to develop and refine the steps for officials advancement from r to R to FEI. To periodically review the syllabus and educational materials for the training and continuing education programs. To work to increase the pool of Licensed Officials for the future by attracting additional USEA members/prospective officials to the program. To provide items and articles of interest to Licensed Officials for Eventing USA. To develop content for a Licensed Officials page on the USEA website. United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) The USEF, the national governing body for equestrian sport in the United States as recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), is the licensing entity for the sport of Eventing. The USEF develops the r and R officials written exams, tracks all exams, officiating experience, and clinics. It keeps licensing records as well as all apprenticing and program approvals for all officials and candidate officials. It is the USEF that ultimately licenses officials, not the USEA. USEF Eventing Technical Committee For the national sport of Eventing, this committee fulfills the following functions as expressed by the USEF: It shall be the duty of the Breed/Discipline Committees and Councils to hold at least one meeting a year to consider the recommendations and suggestions submitted by the respective Affiliate Associations, the Councils, the Exhibitors' Committee, other standing committees and others and to prepare, amend, and submit for consideration to the Board of Directors the rules for conduct of all classes within their respective Breed/Discipline or Council with specific attention called to any rule change(s) being proposed that were not endorsed by the respective Affiliated Association or Council. The Breed/Discipline Committees and Councils may be called upon by the President for advice and counsel as to technical questions regarding the conduct of classes in the Breed/Disciplines. The committee is currently comprised of 24 individuals, a large majority of whom are American event riders/competitors/instructors. USEF Licensed Officials Committee (USEF LOC) Is the USEF Committee responsible for reviewing and ruling on all applications for training programs and licensing in all breeds and disciplines recognized by USEF. Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) The FEI is the international governing body for all Olympic equestrian disciplines, recognized as such by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The FEI is based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Types and Status of Licensed officials for U.S. eventing, national and international Judge An individual who has met the USEF and, where appropriate, the FEI training and examination requirements to become licensed and to act at a USEF recognized competition and, where appropriate, at an FEI competition, as a dressage judge, a cross country course evaluator, cross country official, a jumping course evaluator, or jumping official. An eventing judge must know and apply the USEF rules for all phases of a USEF recognized competition and, where appropriate, the FEI rules for all phases. An eventing judge must complete USEF and, where appropriate, FEI continuing education requirements to maintain a current license. 4 updated 6/6/2013

5 Technical Delegate An individual who has met the USEF and, where appropriate, the FEI training and examination requirements to become licensed and to act at a USEF recognized competition and, where appropriate, at an FEI competition. A technical delegate must know and apply the USEF rules for all phases of a USEF recognized competition and, where appropriate, the FEI rules for all phases. A technical delegate must complete USEF and, where appropriate, FEI continuing education requirements to maintain a current license. Course Designer An individual who has met the USEF and, where appropriate, the FEI training and examination requirements to become licensed and to act as a course designer for cross country and jumping course(s) used at USEF recognized competitions and, where appropriate, at FEI competitions. A course designer must know and apply the USEF rules, and, where appropriate, FEI rules for size, positioning, and number of cross country and jumping course fences as well as for course distance for the competition levels indicated by their course design license. A course designer must complete USEF and, where appropriate, FEI continuing education requirements to maintain a current license. Eventing Jumping Course Designer - An individual who has met the USEF training and examination requirements to become licensed and to act as a course designer for jumping course(s) used at USEF recognized competitions and, where appropriate, at FEI competitions. A jumping course designer must know and apply the USEF rules, and, where appropriate, FEI rules for size, positioning, and number of jumping course fences as well as for course distance for the competition levels indicated by their course design license. A course designer must complete USEF continuing education requirements to maintain a current license. USEF r (recorded) Status Individuals holding this license may perform the duties associated with their license at competitions of these levels: Eventing Judge: Tests (Cross Country, Combined, Starter, Equitation, Young Horse); Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary). Technical Delegate: Tests (Cross Country); Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary). Course Designer: Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary). USEF R (Registered) Status- Individuals holding this license may perform the duties associated with their license at competitions of these levels: Eventing Judge: Tests (Cross Country, Combined, Starter, Equitation, Young Horse); Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary, Intermediate, Advanced); Two and three Day Events. Also, FEI one- and two-star CICs and CCIs. Technical Delegate: Tests (Cross Country); Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary, Intermediate, Advanced); Two- and Three-Day Events. Also an assistant TD at FEI one- and two-star CICs and CCIs. Course Designer: Horse Trials (Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Preliminary, Intermediate, Advanced); Twoand Three-Day Events. Also, FEI 1* and 2* CICs and 1* CCIs. FEI Status (1*/2*, 3*/4*) Please read the following on Judge: FEI Article Technical Delegate: FEI Article Course Designer: FEI Article USEA Training Sessions to prepare prospective licensed officials, recorded (r) and Registered (R) Prerequisites: These are the experiences that must be completed by candidate before they are eligible to apply to the USEF for acceptance into the program to become an r or R licensed official. Training Sessions: These will cover dressage, cross country, jumping, and course design. Depending upon the purpose of a training session, it includes lectures, discussion, demonstration, or competition rides at levels appropriate for r or 5 updated 6/6/2013

6 R officials, and course designers at appropriate levels. Training sessions are scheduled, organized, and presented by the USEA. Independent Study: The activities of a prospective official, usually at a competition as part of the management team, designed to give an appreciation of the depth of organization required to run a successful event. These experiences will not necessarily be considered beneficial unless approved in advance by the USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee. Apprenticing: The prospective official sits with or accompanies the appropriate licensed official (Preceptor) at an eventing competition. Their interaction during the course of the competition provides the Preceptor with the knowledge to complete the prospective official s apprenticing evaluation form. Prior to apprenticing, the prospective official obtains permission from the competition organizer and from the licensed official who will be officiating there. For small groups of prospective officials apprenticing together, another option for the dressage training apprentice requirements only, is to hire an approved Preceptor to attend a competition with that group. Preceptor: A licensed eventing official who has completed the additional Preceptor training sessions and who is on the USEA list of officials authorized to take and evaluate apprentices. Complete information regarding Preceptors is located in Appendix 1a. The list of approved Preceptors is available in Appendix 1b. Group apprenticing with Preceptors only allowed in Dressage. Waiver: Requests for wavier of prerequisites or any portion of a training program are considered on a case-by-case basis, taking into consideration the candidate s depth of experience in all other aspects of Eventing. Waivers are never automatic. Required certificates of attendance, verifications, and evaluations, including final examination: Certificates of Attendance from required Training sessions Verification by licensed official(s) of completion of Independent Study Evaluation(s ) by approved Preceptors based upon completed Apprenticing Evaluations from 15 licensed Eventing officials and/or current members of the USEF Eventing Technical Committee Oral, written, practical examination, successfully completed, after prospective official has participated in required Training sessions, Independent Study, and Apprenticing Licensed Officials Mentored Fast-Track Program This program is for those individuals who have ridden successfully at the three and four star level. Candidates for the program, along with the mentor pairing, must be approved by the USEF Eventing Technical Committee upon the recommendation of the USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee. A candidate in the Mentored Fast-Track Program must progress from r to R. Eventing Associate Judge Program This program is for those individuals who have ridden successfully at the three and four star level but who have not yet been licensed as an r official by the USEF. Candidates for the program must be approved by the USEF Eventing Technical Committee upon the recommendation of the USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee. An approved associate judge may serve as an additional judge at a USEA Beginner Novice, Novice, and Training horse trials once they have completed the Dressage and/or Jumping Training Session. 6 updated 6/6/2013

7 Getting started as an r Eventing Official Contact the USEA Director of Education at the USEA office (703) to receive details about the next scheduled Training Session. The USEA, and USEF, are your resource for information, but it is the USEF that awards licenses. Apply for any waiver of prerequisites or training. The ordinary process is to expect all candidates to meet all prerequisites and to complete all requirements. ** Apply to the USEF for acceptance into the training program for r officials. This MUST be accomplished before the final exam at the very latest, and should be done as early in the process as possible. Complete the application for the appropriate training session(s) and forward this to the USEA with the fee. Schedule the required apprentice and field work. Some may be done before the training session. You must do apprentice work with an official on the USEA Preceptor list. Attend the training session(s). Complete apprentice and field work, finish all independent study. Follow up with the LOC to be sure Preceptors have submitted forms documenting your work. Take the final exam. If necessary, some apprentice work may be done after the exam but this is not ideal. Apprenticing is designed to make stronger candidates and you will present better in the exam if you have completed the apprentice experience. Submit remaining documentation of independent study and apprenticing to the USEF Director of Licensed Officials, as well as the Eventing Program Confirmation of Completion form. These forms verify that all aspects of the Training Program (training sessions, independent study, and apprenticing) have been completed. Submit to the USEF a list of a minimum of 15 references appropriate to the license being applied for (space is available on back of the Eventing Program Confirmation of Completion form). An application for a license will not be considered until 15 evaluations have been received. The deadline for the USEF LOC to receive applications is also posted on the USEF website and is approximately three months before the USEF LOC meets. The Licensed Officials Department will confirm that evaluations have been received from the officials with whom the apprentice worked and will confirm attendance and passing scores at the final exam. Confidential Evaluation forms will be sent to the references listed by the applicant and to the USEF Eventing Technical Committee. The USEF LOC will review all the information contained in the applicant s file. Written notice of the USEF LOC action will be sent to the applicant within two weeks following the meeting. Throughout the process, plan ahead! Your application will NOT be considered if it is not complete and it is your responsibility to see that all paperwork is done. **Requests for a waiver for experience and/or training requirements must be submitted in writing to the USEF Licensing Coordinator, six (6) months prior to the planned final examination. Waivers are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the USEF Eventing Technical and Licensed Officials Committees and must be accompanied by recommendations from a minimum of five (5) R or FEI Eventing officials, none of whom may have a conflict of interest with the candidate (for conflict of interest rules, see GR1304). The USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee will also be asked to comment on any requests for waivers. The Preceptor list and Preceptor training program is still under development. Please continue to apprentice with applicable Eventing (or Dressage) officials until further notice. 7 updated 6/6/2013

8 Final Examination Judges examination includes a written test, a practical judging test in dressage and jumping, evaluations of courses, and oral questioning. Technical Delegates - examination includes a written test, a practical judging test in jumping, evaluations of courses, and oral questioning. Course Designers - examination includes a written test, evaluations of courses, and oral questioning. Final exams are organized by the USEA. The information regarding scheduled exams is available on the USEA website ( In order to be considered for final licensing, all candidates must receive a passing score of 80% on the written examination and receive passing evaluations from the examiners on the practical exam. All exam information is forwarded to USEF for review and final approval. Candidates will be notified of exam results by USEF. If examiners recommend additional apprenticing prior to presentation to the USEF LOC, this information will be included in the correspondence. r Licensing Consideration through USEF LOC Upon completion of the final exam, candidates must submit the Confirmation of Completion form to the USEF Director of Licensed Officials. The form must include a list of all independent study, apprentice experiences, as well as a list of references. Staff will review the Candidates file to verify that all evaluations have been received and all program requirements completed. Once staff has verified the above, evaluations will be composed and ed or mailed to the references provided on the Completion form as well as to all members of the USEF Eventing Technical Committee. All candidates must receive a minimum of 15 reference evaluations from Licensed Eventing Officials or current members of the USEF Federation Eventing Technical Committee in order to be considered by the USEF LOC. Letters regarding the decision of the USEF LOC are mailed to candidates within two weeks of the regularly scheduled meetings. 8 updated 6/6/2013

9 r Eventing Judge Prerequisites Be 21 years of age or older, and a Senior Member of USEF. Have ridden two or more horses completing, in total, four or more horse trials at the Preliminary level or higher. Have been an active member of an organizing committee, if possible as the director or secretary, and worked as a scorer, timer, or fence judge. Training Program All Candidates: Complete dressage sections A and B as well as cross country, and jumping sections of the USEA Training Program. Exceptions Licensed Dressage Judges: Complete the cross country and jumping sections of the USEA Training Program. USDF L Graduates: Complete the apprenticeship requirements of the dressage section, as well as the cross country and jumping sections of the USEA Training Program. Licensed Eventing TDs: Complete the dressage section of the USEA Training Program. Licensed Jumper Judges: Complete the cross country and dressage sections of the USEA Training Program. Dressage Section - This section focuses on dressage judging. It includes two training sessions, independent study, apprenticing, and final examination. Complete information is listed below. Jumping Section - This section focuses on jumping officiating and jumping course evaluating. It includes a training session, independent study, apprenticing, and final exam. Complete is information listed below. Cross Country Section - This section focuses on cross country officiating and cross country course evaluating. It includes a training session, independent study, apprenticing, and final exam. Complete information is listed below. Course Design Section - This section focuses on cross country course design, obstacle design, and obstacle construction. It includes a training session, independent study, apprenticing, and final exam. Complete information is listed below. USEF Approval for attending the final examination All candidates for r licensing who plan to attend the final exam must apply to the USEF LOC for prior approval. The application, available on the USEF or USEA websites, must be in the office at least eight (8) weeks prior to the USEF LOC meeting before the exam. Anyone requesting a waiver of any program requirements must apply for a waiver at least 6 months prior to a final exam. 9 updated 6/6/2013

10 r Eventing Judge Training Program: Dressage Section Section Objectives The objective is to produce competent and knowledgeable officials at the Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels, with the education necessary to perform the work of a licensed judge during the dressage test of a recognized event, including: An understanding of the current USEF Rules associated with the duties, responsibilities, and standards required of a licensed official. An understanding of the methodology of dressage judging, including the responsibilities of the judge during tests. An understanding of the levels, including the standards of training and performance expected of horses and competitors appropriate to the Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels. An understanding of the dressage rules, including the definitions of gaits and paces, movements, and figures. An understanding of the relationships and responsibilities of the judge, technical delegate, other officials, organizer, and competitors. Section Structure The Dressage Section consists of two training sessions, independent study, and apprenticing. It will use lectures, discussions, and practical exercises to demonstrate the work of a licensed judge during the dressage test. The independent study and the apprenticing shall be carried out individually by the candidate. USDF L graduates are not required to complete the training sessions or Independent study of the Dressage Section of the Training Program, but must complete all apprenticing requirements and take the final examination. Dressage First Training Session, Four Days The first training session of four days shall be conducted at a site with classroom and riding facilities. There will be lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. It shall be conducted by at least one Eventing judge with an R status, as well as a USDF or USEF Dressage Examiner. Basic outline for first Dressage Training Session (For an extended outline go to Appendix 2a): 1. Roles and Responsibilities of Eventing Officials 2. Theory of Judging 3. Methodology 4. Collective Marks and Basics 5. Judging Criteria Following successful completion of the training sessions of the Dressage Section, participants will be issued a certificate of attendance. Dressage Independent Study Each candidate is responsible for completing the required independent study. It may be completed prior to or after the first training session. It must be completed before the second training session. Each candidate makes arrangements to: Scribe for an Eventing or Dressage judge for a total of four (4) hours. Sit with an Eventing or Dressage judge for a total of eight (8) hours. This work should be with two or more judges during the dressage test of a licensed Eventing competition. The tests should be at the Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels.sitting and scribing completed at open Dressage competitions will count as additional experience only. 10 updated 6/6/2013

11 Each candidate must obtain prior permission from the competition organizers and the judges in advance of the competition dates. Each candidate must bring a copy of the form provided by the USEF to verify independent study. The form shall be signed by the judge and returned to the USEF. Dressage Second Training Session, Two Days The second training session of two days may be organized in conjunction with a dressage phase of a licensed competition or with demonstration rides. It shall be conducted by two different judges, each with an R status, one Eventing judge and one Dressage judge. This session consists of judging tests at the Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels. At convenient intervals, the instructors will discuss scores and comments with individual candidates or with the group. Following successful completion of the training sessions of the Dressage Section, participants will be issued a certificate of attendance. Dressage Apprenticing Each candidate is responsible for completing the required apprenticing. Each candidate must attend the second training session prior to apprenticing. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to apprentice: With at least four (4) different licensed Eventing or Dressage judges,who are approved as Preceptors, for a minimum of 75 dressage tests at an Eventing Competition. See Preceptor Guidelines for Group Apprenticing information. Which must take place at a minimum of two (2) separate Eventing competitions; And must include a total of at least fifteen (15) tests each at the Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels. Each candidate must obtain prior permission from each competition organizer and judge in advance of the proposed competitions. Be sure to explain to competition management that you will need a place for you and your scribe to sit on the short side, as near to C as is feasible, and that your presence will not disrupt the competition or affect the scoring. Bring your own chairs, scribe, copier and calculator. Each candidate must bring a copy of the USEF Dressage apprentice forms, for the judge to sign and return to USEF. Apprentice judges may not work with more than one Preceptor per day so as not to interfere with the discussion time. In advance you must arrange for a meeting either the evening before or the morning of the dressage phase to discuss the technicalities of the apprentice judging. For example, which levels (and sections of levels) should be used, how the tabulation forms should be filled in and at what time the judge wants to meet to discuss the results of the apprentice judging. You must arrive at the competition WELL IN ADVANCE to allow ample time to set up your table and chairs in the preapproved area before the session begins and to prepare your test sheets. Your test sheets must be labeled with competitor s name/number. If you and the judge have agreed that you will judge fewer rides than a complete section, be sure to discuss with the judge the appropriate time for you and your scribe to depart. Until then you must remain there quietly with your scribe, table and chairs for the remainder of the section, even if you do not judge the entire section, in order to preserve the same conditions for all the riders in that section. 11 updated 6/6/2013

12 In order for the Preceptor to compare and discuss his or her own scoring and comments with those of the apprentice, it is the responsibility of the candidate to make copies of the judge s score sheets. After the practical judging, you must score and tabulate your test sheets and obtain the official scores and placings of the class from the office or from the posted scores. Do not expect the organizer to assist with this task. You must fill out the tabulation forms as you have discussed with the judge. After studying the material, the judge may give back to you all the score sheets for safe keeping or if there wasn t sufficient time at the competition he/she may elect to take them home. If you want to have the test sheets returned to you, you must furnish a self-addressed stamped envelope of suitable size and ample postage. Do not expect the judge to chat and educate you during the competition. The competition may not be interrupted for any reason regarding the apprentice judging. The judge may, however, ask some questions during breaks or scratches pertaining to judging in general, specific movements, basics, methodology, etc. For a complete list of materials candidates should bring to all training sessions, final exam, and suggested resource material please see Appendix 2a 12 updated 6/6/2013

13 r Eventing Judge Training Program: Jumping Section Section Objectives The objective is to produce competent and knowledgeable officials at the Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels, with the education necessary to perform the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the jumping test of a licensed event, including: An understanding of the current USEF Rules associated with the duties, responsibilities, and standards required of a licensed official. An understanding of the theory of jumping course design, including the construction of various obstacles, and the technical and safety aspects appropriate for each level of competition. An understanding of the responsibilities of inspecting and approving each course, obtaining accurate obstacle specifications, using proper measuring devices and the actual measurement of the track, and validating the course map for competition. An understanding of the methodology of judging the jumping test. An understanding of the timing and scoring of the jumping test. An understanding of stewarding the jumping schooling area. An understanding of the relationships and responsibilities of the judge, technical delegate, course designer, jumping course designer, organizer, and competitors. Section Structure The Jumping Section is for candidates to become recorded r Eventing judges who do not already have an Eventing technical delegate or a jumper judge license. It is also for candidates to become recorded r Eventing technical delegates who do not already have an Eventing judge license. The Jumping Section consists of a training session, independent study, and apprenticing. The training session will use lectures, discussions, and practical exercises to demonstrate the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the jumping test. The independent study and the apprenticing shall be carried out individually by the candidate. Jumping Training Session, Two and One Half Days The training session of two and one half days shall be conducted in conjunction with a licensed competition where it is possible to evaluate and observe several different levels. There is to be classroom work, course evaluations, and practice judging. It shall be conducted by an Eventing judge and an Eventing technical delegate, both with R status. Basic outline for Jumping Training Session: (For an extended outline go to Appendix 2b)1. Introduction 2. Roles and Responsibilities of Eventing Officials 3. Theory of Judging 4. Practice Judging 5. Schooling Area 6. Theory of Show Jumping Course Design and Course Evaluation 7. Evaluating and Approving Courses 8. Conclusion Upon successful completion of the training session of the Jumping Section, each participant will be issued a certificate of attendance. 13 updated 6/6/2013

14 Jumping Independent Study Each candidate is responsible for completing the required independent study. It should be completed prior to the training session. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to sit with an Eventing or Jumper judge during the jumping test of a licensed Eventing competition for a total of at least four (4) hours. The candidate may serve as the judge s secretary or as an auxiliary timer, provided that such service is performed at the judge s side. Each candidate must obtain prior permission from the competition organizer and the judge in advance of the competition date. Each candidate must bring a copy of the form provided by the USEF to verify independent study. The form shall be signed by the judge and returned to the USEF. Jumping Apprenticing Each candidate is responsible for completing the required apprenticing. Every candidate must attend the training session prior to apprenticing. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to apprentice with at least two (2) different licensed Eventing judges or technical delegates, who are approved as Preceptors, for a minimum of eight (8) total hours. The apprenticeships must take place at a minimum of two (2) separate competitions. Each candidate must obtain prior permission from each competition organizer and judge in advance of the proposed competitions. Each candidate must bring a copy of the USEF apprentice evaluation form, for the judge to sign and return to the USEF. For a complete list of materials candidates should bring to all training sessions, final exam, and suggested resource material please see Appendix 2b 14 updated 6/6/2013

15 r Eventing Judge Training Program: Cross Country Section Section Objectives The objective of the Cross Country Section is to produce competent and knowledgeable officials at the Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels, with the education necessary to perform the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the cross country test of a licensed event, including: An understanding of the current USEF Rules associated with the duties, responsibilities, and standards required of a licensed official. An understanding of the timing and scoring of the cross country test, as well as the marking and judging of crosscountry obstacles. An understanding of the evaluation of a course, including the ability to evaluate the sequence and appropriateness of obstacles, flow of the track, and the use of terrain. An understanding of the responsibilities of inspecting and approving each course, including measuring each obstacle as well as the length of each track, and validating the course map for competition. An understanding of potential footing and weather-related problems which affect cross country courses, and the methods of dealing with them. An understanding of event management. An understanding of the relationships and responsibilities of the judge, technical delegate, course designer, course builder, organizer, and competitors. Section Structure The Cross Country Section is for candidates to become recorded r Eventing judges who do not already have an Eventing technical delegate s license. It is also for candidates to become recorded r Eventing technical delegates. The Cross Country Section consists of a training session, independent study, and apprenticing. The Training Session will use lectures, discussions, and practical exercises to demonstrate the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the cross country test. The independent study and the apprenticing are to be carried out individually by the candidate. Cross Country Training Session, Two and a Half Days The training session of two and a half days shall be conducted in conjunction with a licensed competition that is within easy travel to a second cross-country course. At least one of the courses must be at the Preliminary level, and at least one must be at the Novice or Training level. There is to be classroom work as well as cross-country course walks. To be conducted by an Eventing technical delegate and an Eventing judge, both with R status. Basic outline for Cross Country training session (For an extended outline go to Appendix 2c) 1. Roles and Responsibilities of Eventing Officials 2. Cross-Country Officiating 3. Cross Country Course Evaluating 4. Footing Management 5. Course Evaluations Pre-Event Inspection 6. Course Evaluations Underlying Considerations 7. Additional Requirements for Technical Delegates Upon successful completion of the training session of the Cross Country Section, each participant will be issued a certificate of attendance. 15 updated 6/6/2013

16 Cross Country Independent Study Each candidate is responsible for completing the required independent study. All or part of this work may be completed prior to being accepted into the Training Program, but must be documented on forms available from the USEF and USEA websites. Cross Country Apprenticing Each candidate is responsible for completing the required apprenticing. A candidate may complete no more than two (2) apprenticeships prior to attending the training session. A candidate must have completed at least two (2) apprenticeships prior to taking the final examination but it is strongly suggested that all four (4) be finished first. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to complete the following: Apprentice with four (4) different licensed technical delegates, who are approved as Preceptors, two (2) of whom must be rated R, at four (4) different competitions. One apprenticeship must include the pre-event inspection for a competition. Each candidate must apprentice at least once at each level: BN, N, T, P Each candidate must obtain prior permission from each competition organizer and technical delegate in advance of the apprenticeship. Each candidate must bring a copies of the USEF apprentice verification and evaluation forms for the technical delegate to sign and return to the USEF LOC. For a complete list of materials candidates should bring to all training sessions, final exam, and suggested resource material please see Appendix 2c 16 updated 6/6/2013

17 r Eventing Technical Delegate Prerequisites Be 21 years of age or older and a Senior Members of USEF. Have ridden at least two (2) horses completing four (4) or more horse trials at the Preliminary level or higher. Have been an active member of an organizing committee, if possible as the director or secretary, and worked as a scorer, timer or fence judge. Training Program All Candidates: Complete the cross country, and jumping sections of the USEA Training Program. Exceptions Licensed Eventing Judges: Complete cross country apprentice requirements of this Training Program. Licensed Jumper Judges: Complete the cross country section of this Training Program. Jumping Section - This section focuses on jumping officiating and jumping course evaluating. It includes a training session, independent study, apprenticing, and final exam. Complete information is listed herein. Cross Country Section - This section focuses on cross country officiating and cross country course evaluating. It includes a training session, independent study, apprenticing, and final exam. Complete information is listed herein. USEF Approval All candidates for r licensing who plan on attending the final exam must apply to the USEF Licensed Officials Committee for approval prior to taking the final exam. The application, available on the USEF or USEA websites, must be in the office at least eight (8) weeks prior to the USEF LOC meeting before the exam. Anyone requesting a waiver of any program requirements must apply for a waiver at least six (6) months prior to a final exam. 17 updated 6/6/2013

18 r Eventing Technical Delegate Training Program: Jumping Section Section Objectives The objective is to produce competent and knowledgeable officials at the Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels, with the education necessary to perform the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the jumping test of a licensed event, including: An understanding of the current USEF Rules associated with the duties, responsibilities, and standards required of a licensed official. An understanding of the theory of jumping course design, including the construction of various obstacles, and the technical and safety aspects appropriate for each level of competition. An understanding of the responsibilities of inspecting and approving each course, obtaining accurate obstacle specifications, using proper measuring devices and the actual measurement of the track, and validating the course map for competition. An understanding of the methodology of judging the jumping test. An understanding of the timing and scoring of the jumping test. An understanding of stewarding the jumper schooling area. An understanding of the relationships and responsibilities of the judge, technical delegate, course designer, jumping course designer, organizer, and competitors. Section Structure The Jumping Section is for candidates to become recorded r technical delegates who do not already have an Eventing judge or a jumper judge license. The Jumping Section consists of a training session, independent study, and apprenticing. The training session will use lectures, discussions, and practical exercises to demonstrate the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the jumping test. The independent study and the apprenticing shall be carried out individually by the candidate. Jumping Training Session, Two and a Half Days The training session of two and a half days shall be conducted in conjunction with a licensed competition where it is possible to evaluate and observe several different levels. There is to be classroom work, course evaluations, and practice judging. It shall be conducted by an Eventing judge and an Eventing technical delegate, both with R status. Basic outline for jumping training session: (For an extended outline go to Appendix 2b) 1. Introduction 2. Roles and Responsibilities of Eventing Officials 3. Theory of Judging 4. Practice Judging 5. Jumping Schooling Area 6. Theory of Show Jumping Course Design and Course Evaluation 7. Evaluating and Approving Courses 8. Conclusion Upon successful completion of the training session of the Jumping Section, each participant will be issued a certificate of attendance. 18 updated 6/6/2013

19 Jumping Independent Study Each candidate is responsible for completing the required independent study. It should be completed prior to the training session. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to complete the following: Sit with an Eventing or Jumper judge during the jumping test of a licensed competition for a total of at least four (4) hours. The candidate may serve as the judge s secretary or as an auxiliary timer, provided that such service is performed at the judge s side. Each candidate must obtain prior permission from the competition organizer and the judge in advance of the competition date. Each candidate must bring a copy of the form provided by the USEF to verify independent study. The form shall be signed by the judge and returned to the USEF. Jumping Apprenticing Each candidate is responsible for completing the required apprenticing. Each candidate must attend the training session prior to apprenticing. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to complete the following: Apprentice with at least two (2) different licensed Eventing judges or technical delegates, who are approved as Preceptors, for a minimum of eight (8) total hours. The apprenticeships must take place at a minimum of two (2) separate competitions. Each candidate must obtain prior permission from each competition organizer and judge in advance of the proposed competitions. Each candidate must bring a copy of the USEF apprentice evaluation form, for the judge to sign and return to the USEF. For a complete list of materials candidates should bring to all training sessions, final exam, and suggested resource material please see Appendix 2b 19 updated 6/6/2013

20 r Eventing Technical Delegate Training Program: Cross Country Section Section Objectives The objective of the Cross Country Section is to produce competent and knowledgeable officials at the Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, and Preliminary levels, with the education necessary to perform the work of a licensed technical delegate during the cross country test of a licensed event, including: An understanding of the current USEF Rules associated with the duties, responsibilities, and standards required of a licensed official. An understanding of the timing and scoring of the cross country test, as well as the marking and judging of crosscountry obstacles. An understanding of the evaluation of a course, including the ability to evaluate the sequence and appropriateness of obstacles, flow of the track, and the use of terrain. An understanding of the responsibilities of inspecting and approving each course, including measuring each obstacle as well as the length of each track, and validating the course map for competition. An understanding of potential footing and weather-related problems affecting cross country courses, and the methods of dealing with them. An understanding of event management. An understanding of the relationships and responsibilities of the judge, technical delegate, course designer, course builder, organizer, and competitors. Section Structure The Cross Country Section is for candidates to become recorded r Eventing technical delegates. The Cross Country Section consists of a training session, independent study, and apprenticing. The Training Session will use lectures, discussions, and practical exercises to demonstrate the work of a licensed judge or technical delegate during the cross country test. The independent study and the apprenticing are to be carried out individually by the candidate. Cross Country Training Session, Two and a Half Days The training session of two and a half days shall be conducted in conjunction with a licensed competition that is within easy travel to a second cross-country course. At least one of the courses must be at the Preliminary level, and at least one must be at the Novice or Training level. There is to be classroom work as well as cross-country course walks. To be conducted by an Eventing Technical Delegate and an Eventing judge, both with R status. Basic outline for Cross Country training session (For an extended outline go to Appendix 2c) 1. Roles and Responsibilities of Eventing Officials 2. Cross-Country Officiating 3. Cross Country Course Evaluating 4. Footing Management 5. Course Evaluations Pre-Event Inspection 6. Course Evaluations Underlying Considerations 7. Additional Requirements for technical delegates Upon successful completion of the training session of the Cross Country Section, each participant will be issued a certificate of attendance. 20 updated 6/6/2013

21 Cross Country Independent Study Each candidate is responsible for completing the required independent study. All or part of this work may have been completed prior to being accepted into the Training Program, but must be documented on forms provided by the Licensed Officials Department of USEF. Each candidate is required to complete the following if not completed prior to approval into the program At the least, assist as an active member of an organizing committee, if possible as the director or secretary. Work as a scorer, xc scoring, timer, or fence judge. Cross Country Apprenticing Each candidate is responsible for completing the required apprenticing. A candidate may complete no more than two (2) apprenticeships prior to attending the training session. A candidate must have completed at least two (2) apprenticeships prior to taking the final examination but it is strongly recommended that all apprenticeships be completed before taking the final exam. Each candidate makes his or her own arrangements to complete the following: Apprentice with four (4) different licensed technical delegates, who are approved as Preceptors, two (2) of whom must be rated R, at four (4) different competitions. One apprenticeship must include an inspection of the cross country course prior to the start of the competition. Each candidate must apprentice at least once at each level: BN, N, T, P Each candidate must obtain prior permission from each competition organizer and technical delegate in advance of the apprenticeship. Each candidate must bring a copies of the USEF apprentice verification and evaluation forms for the technical delegate to sign and return to the USEF. For a complete list of materials candidates should bring to all training sessions, final exam, and suggested resource material please see Appendix 2c 21 updated 6/6/2013

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