IPSC Canada / NROI Canada Range Master Program 2016
This document is designed to set out the procedure for a NROI Canada Official to enter the “Range Master” program. Applications must be sent to NROI Canada Coordinator in written format and must include ALL of the information required in the “To Apply” section below.
Minimum Qualifications required for applying to the NROI Canada RM Program as a “Provisional RM”.
To apply the applicant must:
- Be an active NROI Canada CRO with a minimum of 4 years experience
- Have worked as a CRO @ 2 Canadian National Championship matches within the past 4 years from date of application (a minimum of 1 Nationals must be outside of home section)
- Have been a Match Director @ at least 2 Level II or higher matches within past 2 years
- Receive and submit written a recommendation from at least 2 “Current” full RMs (1 of which must not reside in applicants home section)
- Receive and submit a written recommendation from their Section Coordinator
- Receive a recommendation from the Regional Director of IPSC Canada.
- Receive a recommendation from the President of NROI Canada.
The Mentor/Senior RM: This person will be responsible for training and mentoring the candidate, and will work with the student at ALL matches. The mentor must either be chosen or approved by the Regional Director & President NROI.
Note for clarification: The above requirements are the min to be accepted into the “Provisional Range Master” Program. Once accepted, the following items are required to be completed during the minimum 1 year of mentoring as a “Provisional Range Master.” To be “mentored” simply means the candidate MUST work alongside their senior/mentoring RM during all of the requirements below. The candidate will not work alone as a RM but always alongside their mentor.
- Must work as a mentored RM @ at least 4 level II matches
- Must work as a mentored RM @ at least 1 level III or higher match
- For each of the above matches the mentoring RM must complete a written report of the students performance which must include:
- Details of any arbitrations
- Details of decisions made by the student
- Details of any mistake made by the student (we all make them, let’s be honest)
- A final report from the Mentor, after all of the above matches are completed, documenting the student’s performance must be submitted, along with the above individual match reports, to the President of NROI Canada
The reports will be reviewed by the Regional Director & President of NROI. Based on these reports, and any other reports received, the candidate will be given a final decision within 30 days.
This final decision will have 3 possible outcomes:
- Candidate is successful and is promoted to full Range Master.
- Candidate requires further training/mentoring. Provisional status remains, review in 6 months.
- Candidate has failed to meet the minimum requirements, and due to one or more reasons is removed from the RM training program at this time. Depending on specific circumstances, the candidate may reapply in 1 year.