This course is for the official who assists with open and state level calendar events. This course deals more with the technical aspects of the discipline. After completing this level you will be qualified to officiate at State/Open events. The course is conducted by State Associations.
- Be at least 16 years of age upon application to be eligible for accreditation
- Be a currently accredited Level 1 Official
- Hold a current BMXA membership (minimum of a volunteer membership)
- Hold a working with children check
- Complete the ASC Online Introductory Officiating General Principles
To complete your accreditation
In order to be recognised as an 'Accredited BMXA Level 2 State Official' you must attend a Level 2 State Officiating Course run by each State Association and complete all theoretical and practical elements of this course. It will be necessary for you to complete and submit the workbook and be assessed on the practical aspects of the course by an accredited assessor. You must be able to competently perform the duties of an Official at State level before being awarded the State Level 2 Officiating accreditation. Each Official must sign an Officials Code of Behaviour and adhere to State Association By-Laws or State legislation for working with children in the state which they will be working.
Your accreditation will be valid for four years. To maintain your accreditation during this period you will be required to:
- Officiate at a minimum of 4 Club and/or Open events per year, and or State Titles/Championships
- Complete a questionnaire annually to confirm you are aware of any changes to the rules, if required
- Maintain current BMXA membership
To retain accreditation an official is required to officiate at 4 club and/or open events per year and/or State Titles.
Additionally: all officials should have a club membership, working with children check (if exempt a completed statutory declaration which is found in the membership protection policy), and a signed code of behaviour form.
Level 2 officials should also complete the ASC Online Introductory Officiating General Principles course.