Marshal’s Radio Training

Fancy getting some motorsport radio training?

The first training day of 2019 is planned for before the motorsport calendar kicks off. Most marshals on rallies now have some contact with the safety radio system and this training will be relevant to all of them, not just dedicated radio operators. Please bring this training opportunity to the attention of all your members.

Date: Sunday 13 January 2019
Sign-on: 09.00 for a sharp 09.30 start
Location: Blair Drummond Community Hall, FK9 4UX

(On the A84 approx. 5 miles north east of Stirling).

Modules being covered: · Radio, which also covers Introduction to Radio Operations.

· Personal Safety

· Spectator Safety including Conflict Management.

The training is open to all marshals and officials who make use of, or are interested in the use of, radios for safety communications on events and will refer to Version 4 of the Stage Rally Safety Requirements issued earlier this year.

Building on the feedback received from previous training sessions, more practical exercises are planned. These may involve vehicles covering a short route from the hall. Further details will be provided with the Final Instructions.

A guest speaker will also provide an insight into how their role as a Senior Official depends on the communications network. As with previous training days we also hope to have Radio Engineers present to assist with any technical questions or minor repairs.

A light lunch will be provided with tea and coffee available throughout the day.

Further details and a link for on-line registration will be provided in due course.

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