Race Box OOD Training Session – Friday 3 March from 7.30pm
Want to find out more about how to use and get the best from the new computerised starting system in the Race Box? Well here’s your chance as Dave Charlton leads a fun informal introductory session on the new system and also shares some top tips on making your life as Race Officer or Assistant Race Officer easier.
On Friday 3 March starting at 7.30pm Dave will take you through the new computer based starting system for class, handicap and pursuit racing before opening the session up to give everyone hands on experience with the system and the chance to ask questions and exchange ideas.
The session will also touch on other elements of OOD duties such as selecting the correct course, radio communications with the patrol boats, results admin, etc.
The aim of the evening is to leave participants confident to act as OOD or Assistant OOD in the race box.
The bar will be open on arrival and it will be a fun informal atmosphere with a one pot club supper available mid evening between sessions and drinks at the bar afterwards for those who want to stay on.
There is an absolute maximum of just 20 places for this session so please book early to avoid disappointment (if there is sufficient demand we will run a second session). There is no charge to take part in the session, but if you would like supper the cost will be £5. Places must be reserved online by clicking here.
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