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Motorcycling, like most sports, relies heavily on the input of volunteers to ensure that race meetings and events continue to run efficiently. One of the best ways to get up close to the action is to get involved as a volunteer official.  


Motorcycle Clubs and Promoters are continually looking for enthusiastic individuals wanting to help out with the running of events and becoming a licenced official is one way you can assist our sport and your club. 

There are many benefits associated with becoming an official: 

  • The opportunity to get up close to the action on race day (no one, apart from the riders gets closer);
  • The satisfaction of participating as an integral part of an exciting and dynamic sport;
  • Making a positive and worthwhile contribution to the sport of motorcycling;
  • The opportunity to follow an established pathway to higher levels of accreditation and the possibility of working as an official at National and International events.
  • The camaraderie of meeting and working with other licenced officials, riders and motorcycling enthusiasts

Official Review Panel

  • To liaise with MA and the National Officials Committee
  • Assist in the appointment of officials to assess the suitability of level 2 officials when asked to do so by SCB
  • To review and accredit level 3 officials
  • To review and nominate officials for level 4 to the National Officials Committee
  • Using the course content and resources material provided by MSA (based on MA’s NOC), present and conduct seminars for Level 1,2, and 3 officials, organised by and in conjunction with MSA’s Development Officer
  • To review the performance and accreditation level of officials who do not maintain the required standards
  • To re-appraise accreditation levels of poorly performed officials
  • Investigate complaints and issues (including potential breaches of the Member Protection Policy and Code of Conduct) in relation to the treatment of and by officials, as referred by the SCB.

Below are documents that further explain how to become an official, it explains how to obtain, retain and upgrade you licence from level 1 through to level 4. 

- Officials Accreditation Process Chart

To become a Level 1 Operational official you will need to follow the following steps to obtain your licence. 

Step 1- Read the General Operational Online Seminar

Step 2- Complete the assessment  Online 

Step 3- Complete the officials application either online or download the application form and send into the office

Once you have completed the above steps you will be issued with a Level 1 Operational Licence which allows you to act as the following roles at the club 

- Timekeeper

- Judge

- Marshal 

- Starter

You can use this licence at any club level event. To upgrade your licence to a Key official, you will need to attend a face to face seminar- The dates and location for these seminars are below with booking forms. 

To further understand all the officials roles, they are explained at our definition page.  


Officials Training 2018

Date Time Course Where Book
 Wednesday 28 November  6.30pm  Level 1 Key Officials  251 The Parade, Beulah Park  Book Here

 Saturday 10 November  1.00pm  Level 1 Key Officials  Riverland JMCC Clubrooms, Renmark  Book Here