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Date/Time (Australia/Melbourne)
Date(s) - 2021 Jul 24
11:00 am - 03:00 pm

Not Applicable

Judge Conference

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Looking for an active, social and educational chance to brush up and improve your Judging skills?

This event is an online, active learning based skills and policy workshop primarily for judges in the Australia/New Zealand region.

This will not be a traditional conference, but an active workshop based around rules and policy challenges. You’ll work through and discuss these challenges in teams learning with and from fellow judges as you explore real world scenarios and how we interact with these.

If you are looking to brush up on rules and policy, practice your practical judging skills for any REL or prepare for taking a step up to competitive, this is a great chance to learn from and with other judges and improve.

The event will be open to all judges in region and will include foil support for L1+ judges.

Times in Melbourne time.


In particular, we are looking for experienced judges who are happy to facilitate the small group scenarios and discussions.

Full details of the scenario, appropriate rules and rulings will be provided along with a textbook answer to build upon, this will be treated as a presenter role and compensated appropriately.

The role is to introduce and explain scenarios, allow judges to engage with it and come up with a solution or answer, then to help the group to discuss this in more detail and consider what may adjust that.

If you are unsure, get in contact and we’ll be happy to talk through what this role entails.


Any further questions, please get in contact with Tom Coleman through the website here or through the regional Slack/Discord, happy to answer any and all questions!

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