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AIDA JIL program before Worlds

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Kirk Krack

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Aug 8, 2001
AIDA Judge in Learning Course

August 2 -3, 2004 in Vancouver, BC

AIDA's 16-hour Judge in Learning program that is the foundation for developing the skills and knowledge to become a judge for freediving competitions and record attempts. Further practical experience with competitions and records is required in order to become an International Competition and World Record Judge

AIDA President, Sebastien Nagel will be conducting this program prior to the 4th AIDA World Freediving Championships in Vancouver, Canada.

For registration or information please contact Kirk Krack at kirk.krack@performancefreediving.com or 604-862-5868.

Monday - Tuesday, August 1st - 2nd, 2004, 8:00am - 6:00pm, class, pool & open water

Judge In Learning Competition Experience at 4th AIDA World Freediving Championships for those interested.

Tuition & Materials
The cost of the course is $400 USD. Tuition includes the following:

AIDA Judges Registration fee
AIDA Judges Manual
All class, pool and open water sessions

AIDA Judge In Learning Prerequisites
Minimum age of 21
Current first aid and CPR within two years
Act as an official, safety, coach or competitor at any AIDA competition with constant ballast
Knowledge of recreational and technical scuba diving an asset

AIDA Judges Course Content
Introduction to AIDA philosophies
Theory on AIDA Team and Individual Competition regulations
Theory on AIDA regulation for Recognition of Records
Theory on the surfacing/end of performance - Blackout/Loss of Motor Control
Theory on dispute resolution and the Judges Committee
Theory on disqualifications, penalties and sanctions
Theory on the organization of a competition and technical issues
Practical application on time, distance and depth determination
Practical application on the judgment of time, distance and depth disciplines
Practical application on in-water rescue procedures
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