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Upcoming Training Events

1st Dec 2018Blackburn ServicesFirst on Scene
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Previous Training Events

20th Sept 2018 (Evening)AccringtonMarshalling (Theory) Modules, New 2018 Modules Part 2
18th Aug 2018Blackburn ServicesFire Theory + Practical Training
21st July 2018Blackburn ServicesIntroduction to Marshalling (Practical)
14th June 2018 (Evening)AccringtonMarshalling (Theory) Modules, New 2018 Modules Part 1
17th March 2018Haydock areaMSA Club and Event Officials Seminars 2018
Roles including Club Stewards, Secretaries of the Meeting, Unlicensed Clerks, Chief Marshals, Safety Officers and Safeguarding Officers are welcome to apply
2nd Dec 2017Blackburn ServicesFirst on Scene
21st Sept 2017 (Evening)AccringtonMarshalling (Theory) Modules, Spectator Safety, First on Scene, Fire Theory, Incident Handling
19th Aug 2017Blackburn ServicesFire Theory + Practical Training
27th July 2017 (Evening)AccringtonMarshalling (Theory) Modules, Intro to Rally/Cross Country, Personal Safety, Intro to Radio, Intro to Timing
15th July 2017Blackburn ServicesIntroduction to Marshalling (Practical)
27th May 2017AccringtonStage Commander Training Day 1

All training is delivered by Licensed MSA Instructors and based on the MSA Training Modules

PRC Books will be signed where appropriate, if you require signatures, bring your books with you, if you don't have a PRC Book, see below for details about how to register, get accredited and you will receive a registration card and PRC book.

Please complete your online accreditation at least 3 weeks prior to your first training course to allow time to receive your card and book.

Getting Involved

Almost all motor sport events need volunteer marshals (recognisable from their orange overalls) to make sure they are run safely and effectively.

Marshalling is a rewarding way of getting more closely involved with motor sport and joining a community of like-minded enthusiasts; general duties range from displaying flag signals to drivers and clearing debris to helping extract drivers and cars that have crashed or broken down.

Details of how to become a marshal can be found on the Volunteers in Motorsport website, which outlines all the relevant clubs, types of motor sport marshalling and training days.

If you are interested in becoming a rally/cross country marshal, you can become accredited in less than an hour by completing the new online training and accreditation scheme.
Simply click Logon to or Register with the MSA Once logged in follow the links for "Online Training".

Other useful links to Motorsport Training:
Volunteers In Motorsport (VIM)
British Rally Marshals Club
MSA Training Site

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