Become a Commissaire


As a sport that is essentially driven by a volunteer base, Cycling South Australia and its clubs are continually looking for new people to assist on helping out with various roles and responsibilities. 'Commissaires' are the officials or umpires of the sport of cycling.  If you enjoy watching the sport of cycling, or just want to help out when you're not racing becoming a Commissaire is a great way to get close to the action as well as helping out the sport you love! 

The Cycling Australia Technical Commission has recently introduced an entry level Commissaires Course, the 'Club Level' (Level 1) course is designed to skill and accredit people to act as officials at club races.  It’s a great way to learn about the rules and regulations of cycling and will provide clubs with valuable support to ensure events are conducted in a safe and fair manner.

To gain your Level 1 Commissaire accreditation, follow these steps. 

1.     Read the Program Manual (PDF) carefully

2.     Answer all the questions relating to the manual (True & False and Short answer)

3.     Send the completed Commissaire Workbook in via email or post CSA Office marked "Attention: Technical Commission".

4.     On successful completion of the commissaire workbook, participants will be requested to complete a short practical assessment component.  (Details in Assessment Tool (PDF) file).

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