Officials

Our Officials Co-ordinator is Colin Jacks.

Getting Started

We provide opportunities for technical officials of all levels to officiate at club fixtures, including both track and field and endurance. We welcome both experienced officials and also those with little or no experience. The club has a number of very experienced technical officials, who are only too willing to assist newcomers to officiating. Newcomers can gain experience by assisting existing officials and then go on to become qualified by attending courses. More details can be found by clicking on this link.

Request for Officials

We have received the following request from Gerry Trainer - "I am organising a track and field meeting at the Warwick University athletics track in Coventry on Friday 13th April and I am wondering if you would be able to advertise this to your officials? This is the third time in four years we have been to this venue and have used mostly MCAA officials on each occasion. If you are able to do this, please, I am happy to pay whatever charge is due. I am the chair of the Civil Service Athletic Association and organising this meeting on behalf of the Revenue & Customs Sports Association, which is holding a multi Sports event at the University on 13th and 14th April. Thank you.

Competition: H.M. Revenue & Customs Sports & Leisure Association National Sports Day

Venue: Warwick University Athletics Track, Kirby Corner Road, Coventry CV4 8EE

Date: Friday 13th April 2018

Parking is available immediately adjacent to the track and is Pay and Display. This expense and other travel expenses will be paid at a rate of 20p per mile for car journeys and train, bus tickets will also be reimbursed on production of ticket receipts. For those of you who have some distance to travel and have need of accommodation, this has been booked in the Halls of Residence and further details will be available soon."

If available please reply directly to Gerry at gerry.trainer@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk

DBS applications

UKA takes its responsibilities towards the welfare of young people in Athletics very seriously and requires everyone in athletics who has significant contact with children to have an Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service Check. UKA have now moved to an online system for DBS applications. Follow this link for further instructions.

Any of the Club Welfare Officers: Jayne Mumford, Ann Kirkham or Martin Slevin will be able to verify your documents.