MOTORCYCLE MOUNTED EVENT MARSHAL TRAINING -THUR 11th February 2016

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2016/02/11 17:00
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 MOTORCYCLE MOUNTED EVENT MARSHAL TRAINING -THUR 11th February 2016

Outdoor events are becoming more accessible and are increasing in number and diversity.

Safety of the event participants and public is a big responsibility and accreditation is important if you want to participate as a motorcycle event marshal.

Trained, event marshals are proving to be a valuable asset to event organisers and a must for participants to work towards course safety and event enjoyment.

This training equips you with accreditation and skills that will be valuable to the organiser, the participants and the public supporting the event.

 

The next marshal training is scheduled for :-

Date                   : Thursday 11th February 2016

Venue               :  DONFORD MOTORRAD, Webersvallei road, Jamestown/Stellenbosch

Time                  :  18H30 to 21H30

places                :  20 places

Convenor         :  ANDY CONNELL

 Cost                   :  R 135pp

Book                      :  online at  https://goo.gl/7Ad2wI

 

send your proof of payment to treasurer@bmwmotorradclubcape.co.za

 

Your payment secures your booking.

Payments made to the Club account

First National Bank

Branch  : Long Street, code 201709

Acc No: 50060098602

Reference : Name  & Marshal

  

Who  : The current bike marshals as well as any interested in being trained as an event marshal.  

Any ride leader or aspirant ride leader or interested persons.

 

This is a must do training session if you want to be listed as a qualified event marshal for road and off-road sports events.

  

Marshalling is not just about being good on a bike and riding a course.

It is a discipline and carries enormous responsibility.

 

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The training covers:

  1. Duties of a marshal
  2. Working with other disciplines and organisations – SAPS, DSAR, WSAR, Metro, Rotary clubs, Peddle Power, etc and how we all work together to a common goal and cooperation
  3. Order of Control and Command.
  4. Mentoring a new marshal
  5. Crew guard and LZ management
  6. First-On-Scene incident reporting, scene management, prioritising actions.
  7. Bike to bike communications. Basics. Setting up a network.

 

A BMW Motor Cycle Club Cape numbered certificate is awarded for this training.

 

 

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