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18 Dec 2015
Endurance - REMINDER - Different appointment of Officials for CEI's on the same day

REMINDER - Endurance Update of the 09.09.2015

Dear Endurance Officials,

In order to gain experience and speed up the promotion process, some officials cumulate roles during a day for different CEI categories at the same venue.

This kind of practice has its advantages, but also disadvantages. While it’s true that an Official gains experience in different roles, it’s also true that he/she doesn’t take decisions alone as there will be other senior officials involved in the decision making process which is an integral part of the learning process.

Therefore, in order to have a better grasp on the promotions to be approved by the FEI Endurance Department, the FEI Endurance Technical Committee have approved for trial period of six months, that requested promotions be approved only if the PGJ of the higher star ranking event of that day, makes a recommendation for the promotion.

The trial period will run from  1 January to 1 July 2016. Should the trial prove efficient and appropriate then it will be continued, and if not, other measures will be sought for the evaluation of promotions.

Endurance needs better equipped officials, and in order to do achieve this and increase the level of responsibility, a better evaluation system needs to be put in place.

Before the event starts the PGJ will receive a form to be completed and returned signed to the FEI Endurance Department. Without this form duly received at the FEI, no promotion will be possible based on events were officials have officiated in the same day in more than one CEI.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the FEI Endurance team.

With kind regards,

Manuel Bandeira de Mello

The Evaluation form for FEI Endurance Officials can be found here after:

http://www.fei.org/fei/your-role/officials/endurance/reports

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