Personnel Documents

Would you like to become an official with the ABCRA? Please download the relevant application forms and return them to general@abcra.com.au

ABCRA Personnel Applications

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RODEO

STEPS TO BECOME A Rodeo Judge

STEP ONE:      APPLICATION

  • Apply in writing to become a provisional official before any shadow activity. See application forms below

  • STEP TWO:     PROVISIONAL STATUS

  • Once application is approved, the applicant becomes a Provisional status for a 12mth period
  • A Pink Step 2 Card is forwarded by Head Office to the applicant.
  • Provisional Judges can only shadow events with an unrestricted/open category official.
  • A minimum of 5 shadow events must be performed 
  • Pink card must be signed off by the attending stock contractor, and open non restricted judge at each Shadow event and a comment provided.
  • Provisional Judge to return Pink card to Head Office to apply for Probationary Status after the 12mth period is served.
  • Head Office Events team will contact the listed attending contractors and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • After the 12mth period is served, the Executive Officer will grant or deny Probationary Status based on information and reccomendations.

    STEP THREE:    PROBATIONARY STATUS

  • Upon Executive Officer approval, Head Office will issue a green Step 3 record card to the applicant.
  • Applicant now has Open status with a Probationary period of 12 months. 
  • Whilst in Probationary period, judge must conduct activity with Open non restricted judge during an open roughstock event.
  • Probationary judges may conduct activity without an accompanying Open non restricted judge only in junior roughstock events.
  • A minimum of 5 shows need to be completed and green record card signed by the official open judge & stock contractor.
  • Head Office Events team to contact all attending contractors and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • Executive Officer grants or denies Open no restriction status based on received information and reccomendations.

Steps to become an Official Protection Athlete

STEP ONE:      APPLICATION

  • Apply in writing to become a provisional official before any shadow activity.
  • After the application is received by Head Office, Events team will contact the Protection Athlete Director to confirm or deny if the applicant is fit for purpose 

    STEP TWO:     PROVISIONAL STATUS

  • Once approved by the Protection Athlete Director, the applicant becomes a Provisional status for a 12mth period
  • Pink Step 2 Card is forwarded by Head Office to applicant.
  • Provisional athletes can only shadow events with an unrestricted/open category official.
  • A minimum of 5 shadow events must be performed 
  • Pink card must be signed off by the attending official, contractor, and judge at each Shadow event and a comment provided.
  • Provisional athlete to return Pink card to Head Office to apply for Probationary Status.
  • Head Office Events team will contact the listed attending contractors, officials and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • After the 12mth period is served, the Executive Officer will grant or deny Probationary Status based on information and reccomendations.

    STEP THREE:    PROBATIONARY STATUS

  • Upon Executive Officer approval, Head Office will issue a green Step 3 record card to the applicant.
  • Applicant now has Open status with a Probationary period of 12 months. 
  • Whilst in Probationary period, athletes must conduct activity with Open Official Protection Athlete during an open roughstock event.
  • Probationary athletes may conduct activity without an accompanying Open Protection Athlete only in junior roughstock events.
  • A minimum of 5 shows need to be completed and green record card signed by the official, contractor, and judge.
  • Head Office Events team to contact all attending contractors, officials and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • Executive Officer grants or denies no restriction Open Protection Athlete status based on recived information and reccomendations.

STEPS TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL PICK UP PERSON

STEP ONE:      APPLICATION

  • Apply in writing to become a provisional official before any shadow activity. See application forms below

  • STEP TWO:     PROVISIONAL STATUS

  • Once application is approved, the applicant becomes a Provisional status for a 12mth period
  • A Pink Step 2 Card is forwarded by Head Office to the applicant.
  • Provisional Pick up persons can only shadow events with an unrestricted/open category official.
  • A minimum of 5 shadow events must be performed 
  • Pink card must be signed off by the attending official, contractor, and judge at each Shadow event and a comment provided.
  • Provisional Pick up person to return Pink card to Head Office to apply for Probationary Status after the 12mth period is served.
  • Head Office Events team will contact the listed attending contractors, officials and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • After the 12mth period is served, the Executive Officer will grant or deny Probationary Status based on information and reccomendations.

    STEP THREE:    PROBATIONARY STATUS

  • Upon Executive Officer approval, Head Office will issue a green Step 3 record card to the applicant.
  • Applicant now has Open status with a Probationary period of 12 months. 
  • Whilst in Probationary period, Pick up person must conduct activity with Open non restricted Pick up person. 
  • A minimum of 5 shows need to be completed and green record card signed by the open Pick up person official, contractor, and judge.
  • Head Office Events team to contact all attending contractors, officials and judges listed for applicant recommendation
  • Executive Officer grants or denies Open no restriction status based on received information and reccomendations.

ABCRA Pick up Person application form   

STEPS TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL TIMEKEEPER

1. Complete application form & test, return to Head Office

2. Conduct one Shadow event & return to Head Office a copy of shadow time sheets signed by the official judge 

Official Timekeeper Application Form 

 

CAMPDRAFT

Steps to become an Official ABCRA Campdraft judge:

  1. Download the Campdraft Judge application form 
  2. Attend an ABCRA Campdraft Judges seminar (see news page for available seminars)
  3. Get a Zone Judges panellist to sign the application form
  4. Return application form to general@abcra.com.au
  5. Await the arrival of your Provisional Judging card & Campdraft Judges Guide
  6. Complete your Provisional Shadow Judging events
  7. Return completed & panellist signed card to general@abcra.com.au to be upgraded to Open status

CDG.4. Campdraft Provisional Judges rule book pg. 41

1. A Provisional Judge must:

  • Must attend a Judges Seminar prior to commencing shadow judging duties.
  • Shadow Judge one (1) Campdraft event at three separate fixtures under the supervision of an Open Judge. i.e this will equate to a total of three (3) events being judged. A provisional judge must complete the judging of a Campdraft that they have commenced to shadow judge.
  • Judge a minimum of three (3) separate Campdraft’s under the supervision of an Open Judge, one of whom must be a local Zone Judges Panellist.

 2. A Provisional Judge may only judge Ladies, Encouragement, Juvenile & Maiden drafts while under the supervision of an Open judge.

3. A Provisional Judge will not judge 8-U13 Junior drafts or 8- U13 Cut-out.

Application Forms

Campdraft Judge application

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