AER Pre-Course Materials

To assist you with preparation leading into a judging course, please review the relevant materials listed below.

 

Beginner Pre-Course Materials

 

  • Read through the 2018-2020 AER Australian Levels Program Manual

  • Make sure you complete the FREE online 'Community Officiating General Principles' course, coordinated by AusSport - please follow the link to the course here

  • Look through the following shorthand: Shorthand for Beginner Judges

  • Lastly, familiarise yourself with the following document: Skills to be familiar with - Beginner Judge

 

Intermediate Pre-Course Materials

 

  • Look through the following shorthand: Shorthand for Intermediate Judges

  • The theory exam will be drawn from questions contained within the question pool located here. (Click on EN next to AER COP 2017 Theory Questions Dec 2016)For best preparation, read the Australian Levels Program and then test yourself using questions from the question pool - concentrate on artistry, CJP and execution for skills up to 0.6 in value.

  • Skills to be Familiar with - Intermediate Judge

 

Advanced Pre-Course Materials

 

Advanced Silver Pre-Course Materials

  • Read through and be familiar with the 2017-2020 FIG Code of Points.  Please bring a copy of the CoP with you to the course.

  • Read and be familiar with the FIG Newsletters 1 2017, 2 2017 and 3 2018.  You can access the newsletters here.  

  • Read through the 2018-2021 AER Australian Levels Program Manual.  Please bring a copy of the Levels Program with you to the course.

  • Practice your shorthand: Principles of the Shorthand System

  • Practice your judging.  A set of new code routines from 2017 competitions has been distributed to each State’s Judging Coordinator.

  • The theory exam will be drawn from questions contained within the question pool located here (Click on EN next to AER COP 2017 Theory Questions Dec 2016)  Please note this document does not include the clarifications released at the start of March 2018.  This means the answers to some of the questions will need to change.

  • An online version of the theory questions can be accessed through this document. (Click on a link, click start quiz, click Start without an account, then go for it it.)  These tests practice questions from the whole Code of Points whereas the Advanced Silver course will only test part of the questions.  Focus on the execution, artistry, CJP and difficulty questions – or just aim to learn everything so you are ready for your FIG brevet exam in three years. (Note, these online tests have not been updated to the 2018 clarifications.)

  • Skills to be familiar include all skills within the CoP.  For video of each skill as well as description see A,B,C and D located here.  Additional guidance in respect of artistry, lift evaluation and more is available on this page.

Thank you for visiting our site - we look forward to you developing your skills and knowledge at StudyGym - an initiative of Gymnastics Victoria.

 

Designed by Gymnastics Victoria

  • Facebook - White Circle

For any additional queries, please do not hesitate to contact the friendly Gymnastics Victoria Education Team,
you can find all of our contact details
 here