2019 FSAE-A Volunteer Expression of Interest

The 2019 Formula SAE-A event will be held at Winton Motor Raceway from 5 - 8 December 2019.

We need volunteers to help with all aspects of the event including, set up, track safety, judging and scoring, lap counting and more.

Volunteering provides you with an opportunity to see new ideas and technologies at work and to share the experience with 700+ passionate, innovative engineering students who participate in the competition. You will  be contributing to the engineering community whilst adding something valuable to your CV at the same time.

We provide meals, T-shirts and a safe environment for you to experience this exciting event up close.

Volunteer applications will open shortly. To receive the announcement email direct to your inbox, please email info@sae-a.com.au.






Upskill Your Officials Skills from Bronze Level  to Silver level with CAMS


Becoming a motor sport official is the best way of getting close to the action without being in the drivers seat. Volunteer officials are a vital part of motor sport and without them the sport could not function. Officials ensure that events are conducted safely, fairly and that the rules and regulations are upheld.

Every motor sport event requires a number of officials with various skills to perform a wide range of tasks. Events such as the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix and Rally Australia need over 1,000 officials, whereas a club-level motorkhana or hill climb need only a few.

CAMS is holding a face to face Silver Officials Training session on Sunday 28th April.  Please read below for the details or click HERE for more information.

CAMS Silver Official training

Date:         Sunday 28th April

Time:        9am – 5pm

Location: CAMS Meeting Room

Address: 851 Dandenong Road, Malvern East, VIC 3145

ABOUT THE SILVER TRAINING MODULE

*Bronze Officials who seek to progress and assume team leader roles in officiating complete this training.
The Silver Module is a generic training module, applicable to all disciplines and focuses on leadership and management.

The Learning Objectives for this module are:

  • Perform management techniques appropriate or relevant to leading a team of officials engaged in the conduct of motor sport events up to a National level. 
  • Utilise communication and interpersonal techniques appropriate to dealing with a range of motor sport stakeholders. 
  • Apply effective Critical Incident Management Techniques. 
  • Identify legal issues impacting on motor sport up to and including National level events.

To register please click this link https://www.cognitoforms.com/CAMS3/OfficialsTrainingRegistrationForm 

For any queries please contact Alice McKenzie  |  Administration Officer  P: +61 3 9593 7735 | www.cams.com.au


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