From gate judges to technical delegates, officials are essential to the success of all Canadian snowboarding events.
The Canada Snowboard Officials’ Program (CSOP) is a three-level education program to ensure officials will have the best opportunity to have all necessary knowledge and experience to organize and officiate at snowboard competitions.
To better understand the CSOP we recommend anyone to consult the Officials Program Operations manual. The Operations manual is a complete guide that outlines the entire program. It includes many links to policies, processes and other important information. You will find information about; Safe sport, membership, vaccination policy, Officials development pathway, education program, certification, Officials developer, certification standards and assignment process, program management, committee and working groups, communication, officials community, program monitoring, Events and Competitions guidelines, evaluation, calendars, rules.
For complete details regarding the Canada Snowboard Officials Program refer to the
Officials Program Operations Manual: CLICK HERE
Terms of Reference Canada Snowboard Officials Committee, CLICK HERE
We would like to re-enforce that ALL Officials and Judges on-site at any competition, regardless of the level trained, certified, or previous involvement must have current officials, volunteers or judges memberships with Canada Snowboard through their respective PTSA or they will not be permitted on the field of play.
This is also valid to receive any education course, or module or annual update. However, you can register in Race Roster and then register yourself in SnowReg membership system or vice versa.
To purchase your officials and volunteers membership CLICK HERE
This is a very simple, straight forward platform for all officials and volunteers to
REGISTER FOR EVENTS & COMPETITIONS: (SEE THE SECTION ABOVE) or contact your PTSA.
Refer to the Events and Competitions Officials certification standards to learn on the level of certifications that are required to volunteer and officiate in the various events, competitions categories and roles. CLICK HERE
EDUCATION COURSE CALENDAR and REGISTRATION
2. Select Education Courses
The program is managed and delivered by an Officials Committee composed by a group of senior officials supported by minor officials and volunteers that knows the officials’ program in depth, that are close to the community of officials in Canada, and that will participate in establishing guidelines and goals that need to be achieved with regards to the development, the management, the retention, the recognition and the training of officials in Canada.
To join: The Officials Committee or any of the working groups please fill this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeIXRXnpqW0jERKPgklwjB7vdc3p9nGwxaQvMC63tABdlo3bA/viewform?usp=sf_link
If you are interested in joining the committee or working groups but would like to know more about what is at stake, please fill the form above as a first step. One of the Committee members will contact you to answer all your questions.
F.I.S.SBFSFK ICR: CLICK HERE
ICR PRECISIONS with Marked up: CLICK HERE
RULES OF THE FIS POINTS: CLICK HERE
NORAM ORGANIZERS GUIDELINES: CLICK HERE
GLOSSARY SBFSFK RULES: CLICK HERE
For inquiries about the CSOP please contact us at: Bssvpvnyf@pnanqnfabjobneq.pn