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Posted by manager on 06/05/2022.

Equestrian Australia National Stewards Course - Jumping Specific

EA National Stewards Course - Jumping Specific 

Foundational Seminar 

Date: Sunday 26th June 2022 

Venue: ESA Office

Start Time: 9:00am (No attendance fee) 

What is Stewarding?

Stewarding is an integral part of all sports/disciplines. Even though the rules are different for each discipline the underlying principles of stewards remain the same. Whether it be high level events were top professionals compete right down to lower - level grass roots club and local events stewards support, and in many cases, are the first point of contact with EA or FEI officials.

Who Can Attend?

Any ESA member who aspires to be a Steward, regardless of discipline.

How Do I Become an EA Steward?

  • Attend an EA approved Steward seminar
  • Complete the ASC e-learning Community Officiating General Principles.
  • Be a current member of Supporter or Competitor category,
  • Have a personal fitness level that will enable you to physically complete the practical requirements of the course and the duties required of an EA National Steward
  • Competently complete open rule book tests (ORBT) comprising one generic steward and one discipline specific, with a pass mark of at least 90% in each
  • competently complete 3 shadow stewarding experiences preferably with 3 different accredited FEI stewards

Please notify the ESA Office by email [email protected] if you would like to attend this course & you will need to be a current ESA member.

If you have any questions or queries prior to the course, please contact [email protected]

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