Online motorsport training

We are running a series of online training seminars, live on Zoom. Each session lasts for around 90 minutes.

You can sign in with a computer, tablet or smartphone.

You'll receive a certificate as evidence of attendance.

Please note that these dates are subject to change if the situation with the pandemic changes.

Needless to say any physical events are cancelled through until at least the end of June anyway (in line with the suspension of permits).

If you have any queries, please contact the Training Coordinators at training@scottishmotorsportsclubs.co.uk

 

Upcoming Events

Speed events

Tuesday 25 August, 7pm

Intro To Marshalling / Personal Safety

Tuesday 29 September, 7pm

Understanding Cross Country Events – Trials, Comps and Challenge Events

Tuesday 27 October, 7pm

 

Incident Handling / Fire Theory

Tuesday 24 November, 7pm

In conversation with... Christmas Special

Tuesday 29 December, 7pm

Previous Events

Introduction to marshalling
Saturday 4th April

What if it goes wrong (part 1)? FMOS, Fire Theory
Saturday 25th April

What if it goes wrong (part 2)? Incident Handling & Reporting
Saturday 9th May

 

Want to become more specialised? Sector Marshal, Intro to Radio, Intro to Timing
Saturday 23rd May

We'll explore the different roles that marshals can undertake.

In Conversation with… the safety services
Saturday 6th June

A Motorsport Marshals event exploring different roles. This week we're In Conversation with - the Safety Services. Find out about the role of the Rescue, Medical and Recovery teams, and how you could become more involved.

The Bigger Picture… Stage Setup, Chain of Command
Saturday 20th June

In this session, we'll look at the need for a chain of command, the roles and responsibilities for Senior Officials at events, as well as incident management.

 

Developing Specialist Skills: Advanced Timing
Saturday 4th July

Timekeeping is an essential element of most motorsport events, with the timekeeper’s role being to record competitors’ times and positions in order to determine the event results.

In Conversation with… the Scrutineers
Saturday 18th July

A Motorsport Marshals event exploring different roles. This week we're In Conversation with - the Scrutineers, whose job is to check that competing vehicles comply with the relevant technical regulations, which help to ensure safety and fair play. Find out about the role, and how you could become more involved.

Developing Specialist Skills: Advanced Radio
Saturday 1st August

Radio marshals and controllers provide a high quality communications service at motorsport events to improve the safety of competitors, officials and spectators.