The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) and Ikatan Motor Indonesia (IMI) joined forces to deliver training for international officials last weekend.
Senior CAMS officials Michael Masi and Phillip Livingstone conducted the training in Jakarta over two days, after CAMS was engaged as the Regional Training Provider with funding through the FIA Sport Grants Programme.
CAMS conducts international training throughout the year, with courses for driver trainers and officials the next sessions scheduled for November in Korea.
"Our motor sport officials are recognised as some of the best in the world and it's fantastic we can pass our expertise onto other international motor sport bodies," CAMS General Manager of Motor Sport Michael Smith said.
"CAMS has extensive experience in the development and delivery of high quality officials training programs, and this experience has been gained through the evolution of CAMS’ world-renowned National Officiating Program."
More than 40 participants from Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia attended the training, covering two core subjects including officiating structure and development pathway frameworks.
Participants were exposed to topics on ASN structure and management, track and equipment safety as well as competition and officials’ structures and licences.
Recognised by the FIA Institute as a Regional Training Provider, CAMS has successfully trained and provided mentoring to thousands of international officials and marshals.
Published: 20 October, 2017