20 Feb 17
Archery GB heard today that its representation to UK Sport on its decision to end funding of its World Class Programme, has been unsuccessful.
You can find out about the information and experience needed for each level of judging and how to move between the grades in this document. J10-National Judging Scheme
This provides details of the number of days judging, the type of shoots those days must be at, and the seminars or conferences which have to be attended along with details of the practical and written examinations.
Practical examinations are organised through the JLO for County and Regional assessments and through the National Committee for national assessments.
The written examinations are administered at the end of the appropriate seminars which are run by the National Committee. The County/Youth seminar is two days and the Regional Seminar is a single day of interactive content and are designed to pass on the required knowledge for each grade in a way which is consistent across the country.
County / Youth: Seminar: January (Lilleshall) October (Lilleshall or in region as required)
Regional Seminar: March (day before National Judges Conference)
National Assessment: November at Lilleshall
As Seminars become available judges will be contacted through their JLO and the Seminars announced on the Announcement Section of the web site. They are booked through the Sport:80 website at https://agb.sport80.com - details of how to register and book a seminar are in the Sport:80 Sign Up Document
To maintain a judging qualification a judge must pass a reaccreditation every four years through an open book reaccreditation examination, attendance at appropriate conferences and submission of their work record to show they are up to date and active judging.
National: 2018 & 2022
Regional: 2019 & 2023
County: 2020 & 2024
Details of the papers will be released through the JLO and in the Announcement section of the web site.