Registration Days (Rego Days) will be held on:
- Saturday 10th September at Charnwood Shops (9am-12pm);
- Saturday 17th September at Kippax Fair (9am-12pm); and
- Saturday 8th October at Charnwood Athletics Field (9am-11am).
Registration Days (Rego Days) will be held on:
The Tigers are very excited that Australian Olympic Race Walker and Club Record Holder Brendon Reading has kindly donated a new perpetual trophy to Ginninderra this season.
The Club is very excited to see our past Little Athletes who have gone onto bigger and better things still supporting the next generation of athletes at Ginninderra.
Brendon's trophy will be awarded to the athlete who achieves the best walks performance relative to the age group record.
The Reading Family is synonymous with Ginninderra with Brendon's parents Phil and Jenny both Life Members. For many athletes vying for this Trophy they will be competing against the Club Records held by Brendon and his brother Michael, our current Walks Coach. Even older brother Jeremy once held a Walks Record at the club in the U17s. Brendon's sister Katrina was also a well regarded athlete at the Tigers.
We are sure that Brendon's continued support of the Tigers will see more athletes follow in his footsteps to bigger and better things in the years to come.
With the decision by Little Athletics Australia that Under 9 and Under 10 athletes this season will now no longer be allowed to do the Fosbury Flop, but instead the Scissors Kick jump instead, the Tigers no longer have the need for two fully sized High Jumps.
These mats are in a good and used condition. They are old and first used after the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane.
Ginninderra is hoping they can be found a good home soon and available to anyone who wishes to collect them for no cost.
For more information or arrange an inspection call 0403 75 0619.
Thanks to the generosity of Little Athletics ACT, all athletes who register and pay for their registration BEFORE 31st August 2016 will be entered into a draw to have the total cost of their registration reimbursed.
Five (5) athletes will be chosen at random to receive their full fees reimbursed.
Online registrations went live on 5th August to coincide with the Olympic Games.
For more information on the upcoming season please visit our website regularly and Like us on Facebook.
The Australian Athletics Officials’ Education Scheme (AAOES) is a joint initiative of Athletics Australia and Jetstar Little Athletics Australia, providing a seamless and transparent education pathway for Australian Athletics Officials.
The scheme is endorsed by the Australian Sports Commission and follows best industry practice, with online learning coupled with face-to-face delivery. The aim of the Australian Athletics Officials’ Education Scheme is to ensure an effective and efficient education framework is provided to guarantee Australian Athletics Officials remain world leaders in event delivery at all levels of athletic competition.
The Australian Athletics Officials’ Education Scheme emphasises the power of knowledge and competency. Our aim is for it to be widely accessible and it will encourage a greater number of people to be provided with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge to officiate athletics competitions.
The athletics specific levels of this scheme delivered within Australia are:
The Australian Athletics Officials’ Education Scheme is complemented by two additional invitation-only courses delivered at at Oceania Athletics Association or International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) level. These courses are designed to allow Australian Athletics Officials with the opportunity to advance their education past that of existing national officiating levels.
The Australian Athletics Officials’ Education Scheme currently consists of the following:
|Level 0||Introduction to Officiating||An Australian Sports Commission course for all sports in Australia|
|Level 1||Club/Centre/School Official||Basic Grading.
This is aimed at Officials wishing to officiate at a local/ club/centre/school level
|Level 2||State Official||This level is aimed at Officials wanting to:
- be appointed as a Chief or Referee at State Level
- be appointed as a Chief at National Level
|Level 3||National Official||This level is aimed at Officials wanting to be qualified to be appointed as:
- a Chief at National Level
- a Referree at National Level
- a position within Competition Management at a National level
|Level 4||IAAF Technical Officials Education Certification Scheme - TOECS Level 2 (Diploma)
- conducted by the Oceania Regional Development Centre
|Eligible to be appointed as an Area Technical Official (ATO) - Oceania Athletics Association|
|Level 5||IAAF Technical Officials Education Certification Scheme - TOECS Level 3 (Diploma)
- conducted by the IAAF
|Eligible to be appointed as an International Technical Official (ITO) - worldwide/global|
Getting started is easy!
Firstly, complete the 'Level 0 - Introduction to Officiating' module. You can then move on to 'Level 1 - Club/Centre/School Official' and beyond.
Once you have completed 'Level 1', we encourage you to make contact with LAACT or AACT. They can assist in providing opportunities for you to utilise the knowledge you have learned through officiating.