Local Judge tests
Archery Judges within clubs are required to successfully complete questionnaire exercises to be accredited as Local Judges.
The purpose of these exercises is to help Local Judges become familiar with the rules, common safety practices and procedures used in Canada so they can advise club members and help ensure the safety and fairness of club events.
The exercises are intended to assist the Judge to explore and become familiar with the Archery Canada rulebook. They are not intended to simply be answered without exploration of the rulebook.
Local Judges must complete those tests listed below that are assigned by their respective Provincial Judge Co-ordinator. Judges in clubs focusing solely on target or 3-D need not complete all.
Once completed the Provincial Judge Co-ordinator will evaluate the answers. A normal pass mark is 80%.
Tools for becoming an SAA Judge