12. February 2018 · Comments Off · Categories: NROI

Proposed National Disqualification and Recertification Policy

Application: All IPSC sanctioned matches in Canada

In the event that a competitor is disqualified twice in a twelve‐month period (starting with the first disqualification and regardless of the level of the sanctioned match) a suspension may be issued by the Section Training Coordinator(1) of the Section. Once a suspension occurs, the process for recertification begins.

Recertification Process

Level 1 Recertification: Consists of eight exercises from the Black Badge course, including the”el prez”. The suspended member must demonstrate competency in all exercises to be allowed to compete.

Once the re‐certification is completed, the member will be issued a new provisional card and must successfully complete a sanctioned match in the year following the re‐certification. The provisional card is sent to the Section Training Coordinator and kept on file for a minimum of 12 months.

If the member is disqualified in the twelve months following the recertification, they may be suspended. If suspended they would move to Level 2 recertification.

Level 2 Recertification: Requires that the member retake the entire Black Badge Course and successfully shoot a sanctioned match in the following twelve months.

If the member is disqualified in the twelve months following the completion of Level 2 Recertification (Black Badge Course), they may be suspended. If suspended they would move to Level 3 recertification.

Level 3 Recertification: The matter is referred to the board of directors of the section to decideif the disqualified member should continue to be a member of IPSC in Canada.

Notes:
(1) The Section Training Officer or their designate will review all match disqualifications for possible follow up.

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