USDBF Level 1 Race Official Training
The United States Dragon Boat Federation (USDBF) is the Governing
Body for Dragon Boat Sport in the United States. This training seminar
is the first phase for obtaining your USDBF Race Official Certificate
This course covers: race organization, program, racing rules and
protocol, and the roles and responsibilities of dragon boat officials.
After you have completed this course, you are then required to
complete a minimum of two full days of hands-on officiating
experience at each station in order to be considered for Level 1
National Certification.Training will be held virtually until further notice
If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the USDBF Race Official Committee, firstname.lastname@example.orgUSDBF LEVEL 1 OFFICIALS TRAINING COURSE: Saturday, July 18, 2020, 9:30am to 3:00pm, CDT
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILSNote that registration closes July 13, 2020 and is limited to the first 25 people to register
USDBF Coach Training Certification Program
The USDBF Competition and Technical Committee is pleased to announce the launch of a Coach Training Certification Program. This is a two-level certification program. Information can be found HERE
USDBF Publications What is the USDBF? National Officials ProcessUSDBF Officials In Training Log
The USDBF Competition & Technical Committee is currently seeking experienced International and USDBF Race Officials as well as Coaches and Paddlers with experience at IDBF World Championship events to be considered for committee membership.
The Competition & Technical Committee is charged with reviewing and updating the Competition Regulations & Rules of Racing for US National Championships, ensuring the US National Championships are run to the highest possible standard, assuring equipment used at US National Championships conforms to IDBF regulations, conduct USDBF Race Officials training and in collaboration with the IDBF conduct training programs and certification of IDBF Race Officials.
Committee members term of appointment shall be four years (two US Nationals cycles).
Interested individuals should complete and submit the attached Competition & Technical Committee Interest Indicator to committee chair Barb Michaels at email@example.com no later than May 30, 2020. Selection priority will be given to those individuals meeting the criteria listed above. Additional details can be found HERE