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Becoming a motor sport official is the best way of getting close to the action without being in the drivers seat. Volunteer officials are a vital part of motor sport and without them the sport could not function. Officials ensure that events are conducted safely, fairly and that the rules and regulations are upheld.

Every motor sport event requires a number of officials with various skills to perform a wide range of tasks. Events such as the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix and Rally Australia need over 1,000 officials, whereas a club-level motorkhana or hill climb need only a few.

 

Officials Resources

Penalties for CAMS Licenced Individuals
Working With Children Checks (Victoria)
Rally Event Checkers
Safety Briefing and Site Induction Notes for Officials
Officials Licencing and Accreditation Guide
Social Media Policy and Guidelines
Officials and Making Statements
Fabulous Officials
Radar Speed Detection Instructional Sheet
Pit Lane and Grid Handbook
Information to Promote the Health and Fitness of CAMS Volunteer Officials
Event Assessment Information for CAMS Officials
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPLE) Forms
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National Officiating Program (NOP)

Training Under The NOP
The Rights of Motor Sport Officials
Motor Sport Officials Code of Ethics
Code of Conduct
 

The CAMS National Officiating Program was established for the grading, licensing, training and recognition of volunteer motor sport officials.

The purpose of the National Officiating Program (NOP) is to:

  • Ensure that motor sport officials are highly skilled
  • Provide knowledge of roles and rules
  • Demonstrate ethical performance of duties
  • Foster personal pride and a respect for the sport
  • Provide efficient management
  • Achieve local, national and international recognition

The rights of motor sport officials and code of ethics is covered in further detail in the CAMS Member Protection Policy, available on the CAMS Website.

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