Posted by Editoress on 02/9/15
Cycling Canada has developed a standardized exam for commissaires who want to achieve their Provincial A status in each discipline: Road, MTB, track, BMX and Cyclo-cross. This will minimize disparities among the provinces and ensure quality for the theoretical evaluation of commissaires. This approach will also lessen the burden for Provincial A instructors, as they will not have to create or grade exams.
Each exam contains thirty questions and commissaires will have one hour to complete them. The exams are broken down into categories (ie, general regulations, equipment and clothing, etc), and questions are randomly selected by a pool of questions for each category.
These evaluations will be offered for a cost of $10 per participant: logins must be created by Cycling Canada for each individual taking the exam. Before the course, instructors will be given directions for administration. If you are interested in using these exams for your Provincial A course, please contact Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org; for details.
In B.C. for more information on Commissaire levels and certification process, click Here. For Commissaire resources, click Here. Other provinces and Cycling Canada have similar resources.
Courtesy Cycling BC
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