Eventing Seminar for TD/CD’s
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Eventing Seminar for TD/CD’s

Eventing Tasmania presents


Eventing Seminar for TD/CD's

For Eventing Technical Delegates, Course Designers and other interested volunteers

Course Directors:         Roger Kane – An experienced International 3/4* Technical Delegate, also
                                     EA’s National Safety Officer
                                     Ewan Kellett – An FEI International 3/4* Course Designer

Location:                     Tasmanian Equestrian Centre (Equestrian Drive, off Acton Rd – Lauderdale

Date/Time:                    Sunday 24th June 2018, 9.00am to 4.00pm (approx.)

 

Eventing Tasmania are presenting the opportunity for any potential TD’s, CD’s to keep abreast of the latest Developments in the use of Frangible devices on Cross Country Fences and learn how to fit MIM Clips to a Fence. The latest requirements for fence profiles will also be discussed at length.

It is also an opportunity for all current ET and Pony Club officials to update themselves on the latest Developments in our sport that are shaping it’s future. Any other PC/EA Parents, riders and spectators with an interest in becoming an official somewhere down the track are also encouraged to attend.

Cost: 

Tasmanian Attendees: In appreciation for your service to our sport, in conjunction with the importance we place on keeping our officials informed and up to date, Eventing Tasmania will be covering the full cost of this course. This includes Training resources, lunch, Tea and Coffee and is thanks largely to sponsorship provided by the Tasmanian Department of Sport and Recreation and Equestrian Australia.

Interstate Attendees: The cost to interstate Attendees will be $100 per person (Course fees include Training resources, lunch, Tea and Coffee).

For all enquiries please contact:  Narelle Rowlandson – nrowlandson@bigpond.com                                               

Please Note:

  1. It is essential that all intending participants let us know by 13th June, so that all arrangements can be finalised. Numbers will be limited so the sooner you let us know the better.
  2. Participants will be responsible for supplying their own current Rule Books.

 

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