2009 Freestyle Technical Delegate Seminar Curriculum

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2009 FIS Technical Delegates Seminar

Curriculum

Total Number of Hours: 13 hours

Day One

Contents

[edit] Introductions & Review of Curriculum

    1. Introductions
    2. Expectations from seminar
    3. Team building exercise
    4. Review of curriculum, focus on Day 1 0:30:00 0:30:00

[edit] Freestyle Technical Delegate Pre Test 2009

    1. Breakout groups to discuss MC questions … 30min
    2. Review MC answers as a group … 60min
    3. Case Studies – 20 minutes per study x 2 … 40min 1:40:00 2:10:00

[edit] Review of 2009-2010 Freestyle Skiing Precisions 1:00:00 3:10:00

[edit] Freestyle Course Homologation Program

  1. Process and reason for homologation
    1. Review of FIS forms
      1. Review requirements for each discipline Freestyle Skiing Basic Course Information
      2. Example of Ski Cross Homologation can be reviewed here Image:COP Homologation Ski Crosss example.pdf
      3. Measuring Courses
        1. Key points
        2. Use of Excel Spreadsheet
        3. Graphing
      4. Small Group to complete homologation report 1:00:00 4:10:00

[edit] TD Responsibilities – Post Event

  1. What Is Required in a FIS Freestyle Start and Result Sheet?
  2. TD responsibility for confirming information
    1. FIS Code
    2. Scores
    3. Course Data
    4. Results to FIS 0:30:00 4:40:00

[edit] Snow Preparation & Maintenance

  1. Snow and Course Preparation
    1. Ski Cross Course Preparation
    2. Air Bump Set Up Jumps – Moguls & Aerials
      1. Maintenance in different environmental conditions 2:00:00 6:40:00
  2. TD role in managing athlete concussions during training and competition 1:20:00 8:00:00


Day Two

[edit] Case Studies

    1. Continue from Day One if required 0:45:00 0:45:00
  1. Ski Cross
    1. Event Management
    2. Staff required
    3. Race Control
    4. Special Considerations 2:00:00 2:45:00
  2. Open Discussion 1:00:00 3:45:00



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