To take the below E-Learning modules, you must have an account in the Swimming Canada database. Please speak with your Club Officials Administrator (COA) to be activated and registered into the system. E-Learning clinics are provided by Swimming Canada and are automatically updated to your account upon competition. Please notify your COA after competition so they are made aware.
Introduction to Swimming Officiating does not require shprior to the first deck evaluation. Chief Timekeeper and Clerk of Course still require mentor ship before taking your first deck evaluation.
- Introduction to Swimming Officiating
- Safety Marshal Clinic
- Chief Timekeeper
- Administration Desk
- Judge of Stroke
- Inspector of Turns
- Officials Clinic E-Learning Modules - How To PDF
These clinics are to be completed at your own leisure at home instead of the classroom setting. Additional shadowing in the role is required before a deck evaluation can take place.
Please review the Officials Self-Directed Clinic Document before taking a self-directed clinic. Submit the Online Clinic Reporting Form once you have completed one of the following clinics so Swim Alberta may update your record.
Club and Provincially Hosted Clinics
Please use the link and the user guides below to log into LMS and register for the upcoming online clinics.
Clinic Materials- Download course materials for clinics.
Clinic Quizzes and Answers- please contact email@example.com for a copy.
If you would like to request the Referee Clinic please make sure that all the above clinics, deck evaluations, and the instructional clinic have been completed and added to your officials account on Swimming Canada. Your request will be reviewed by Swim Alberta and the AOCC.
To request the Referee Clinic please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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