Club/Regional Commissaire

You can make a valuable contribution by becoming a trained and accredited Mountain Bike Commissaire and officiating at your Club/Regional events.

Becoming a Mountain Bike Club/Regional Commissaire

  1. Download the MTBA – Commissaire Manual and Club / Regional Technical Regulations and read through them. 
  2. Establish Membership with MTBA if you are not already a member.
  3. Complete the E-Learning module located at the bottom of this page and achieve over 80% – It should take about 30-60 minutes.
  4. Submit a current Working With Children Check to education@mtba.org.au.
    Note each state has different requirements in relation to Working with Children – please check the rules relevant to your state.
  5. Submit a completed Code of Conduct – Individual Agreement Form to education@mtba.org.au 

Once these steps are complete, MTBA will send you a Commissaire Cap and an updated Membership Card displaying your new Commissaire Accreditation. 

It is important to keep a Duty Log for events you Commissaire at for future reference and for upgrading to National Commissaire level in the future.

 

Complete the E-Learning

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