WSF Academy

SAFESHRED

WSF in partnership with CSCF, Erasmus + Programme and six snowboard associations have developed SafeShred, an education program aimed at raising awareness on ethics issues among grassroots riders. We are excited to offer a free E-Learning program that educates the next generation on ethical issues they may face in their careers and gives them the tools to support them.

The topics covered are:

– Manipulation of sports competition

– Doping

– Harassment/Bullying

– Corruption

– Whistleblowing system

– Basic human rights

With this education project, the next generation of snowboarders will understand the basic ethical principles and be better equipped to act and react when facing these issues. They will also have a better understanding of their basic human rights regarding their sport career.

Click the following link to access the SafeShred E-learning project here.

 

JUDGING PLATFORM

WSF has been working on a low-level judging platform for the past year and is happy to announce that the new material is ready and available for free. The Judging Platform can be used as the new Judging Training, Test and Clinic for low level events. The education programme and test can be attended until the beginning of January (10th of January). Participants who will score a positive mark during the online test will be invited to the online clinic to pursue a certification to Level C. The Judging platform is open to everybody and free of charge for the winter season 2020/21. FIS and WSF are working together to outline a common pathway for judges that will be presented in fall 2021.

  • Snowboard Judge Education: to enrol and get ready for the Snowboard Judge Education, just click on the following link: Snowboard Judge Education
  • National Training: to enroll and get ready for the National Training Videos, just click on the following link: National Training Videos 2020
  • Head Judge Training: to enrol and get ready for the Head Judge Training, just click on the following link: Snowboard Head Judge Education

For questions or general feedback please write to judging@worldsnowboardfederation.org