Officials | Maintenance of Accreditation and Re-Accreditation

In order to maintain an AusCycling Commissaire or BMX Official Accreditation, it is necessary to keep your accreditation requirements updated including:

1

AusCycling Membership

You must maintain an AusCycling membership of Non-Riding or above

                                                   

2

Working With Children Check (WWCC) or Equivalent 

All Commissaires and BMX Officials must have a Working With Children Check (or equivalent). unless you are in Western Australia and not working with Children. 

Upload your Working With Children Check (or equivalent) renewal

Upload your First Aid Renewal

Re-Accreditation

An AusCycling Commissaire or BMX Club Official accreditation is valid for four (4) years. To re-accredit follow these steps:

1

BMX Club Official: Complete the BMX Officials Course to re-accredit.

Please note you will require a current Working With Children Check or equivalent to be uploaded during this process.

If not previously completed a course on EtrainU 

 

Click here if you have undertaken the BMX Officials Course or another course on etrainu 

2

AusCycling Regional Commissaire Course: must complete the theory component of the Regional Commissaire Course.

Please note you will require a current Working With Children Check or equivalent to be uploaded during this process.

Please note for Road and Track the Regional 1 course is only required to be completed.

 

 

Complete the AusCycling Regional Commissaire Re-Accreditation Course. Please note that there is a different link depending on the discipline you are seeking to re-accredit.

Please note once you have completed the theory component please email [email protected] in order to finalise the re-accreditation. 

BMX RACING

BMX Racing: if not previously completed a course on EtrainU 

MOUNTAIN BIKE

Mountain Bike: if not previously completed a course on EtrainU

ROAD

Road: if not previously completed a course on EtrainU

TRACK

Track: if not previously completed a course on EtrainU 

CYCLO-CROSS

Cyclo-cross: if not previously completed a course on EtrainU 

 

Click here if you have undertaken a course on Etrainu 

3

AusCycling National Commissaire and BMX Freestyle Judge

Must pass the UCI National Commissaire Course (E-learning only).

Note: Links for this will be rolled out shortly.

All re-accreditations must complete the following courses:

  • Sport Integrity Australia Competition Manipulation and Gambling
  • Safe Guarding in Sport Induction
  • Anti-Doping Fundamentals

Start Courses 

 

 
4UCI Elite National Commissaire: re-accreditation is maintained by UCI Policies. 

All re-accreditations must complete the following courses:

  • Sport Integrity Australia Competition Manipulation and Gambling
  • Safe Guarding in Sport Induction
  • Anti-Doping Fundamentals

Start Courses 

 
5UCI Commissaire and BMX Freestyle Judge: re-accreditation is maintained by UCI Policies.

All UCI Commissaires must complete the following courses:

  • Sport Integrity Australia Competition Manipulation and Gambling
  • Safe Guarding in Sport Induction
  • Anti-Doping Fundamentals

Start Courses 

Please note that once a Commissaire reaches the maximum age limit as a UCI Commissaire they will be recognised as a National Commissaire.

 

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