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Durant Mike

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Got a question for ya'll. Unfortunately this past year I could not attend any meets to get my yearly judging credits. Does anyone know what the process is, I know your supposed to judge at least once a year, but can I just register for an event next year and do the Judging school, CJE and judge and be OK or do I loose all my points and have to start over?

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Yes, You can just register for an event next year attend the Judging school, CJE and then Judge. As I understand it, If you attended a judging school and/or CJE last year and did not judge, you will lose the judging credits for that school and/or CJE, but you will just continue on from whatever credit level you were at prior to the past year in which you did not judge.

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Here are the rules that apply to getting judging awards from the 2010 Judges Guidelines. These are on pages 6 and 7.

Matt is correct that credits from judging schools and CJEs will not count if someone does not judge within the calendar year they were taken.

G. JUDGES AWARDS

Each time a member has judged at a National

Meet, he/she will receive one judging credit and

one participation chip. One judging credit and

one participation chip per calendar year will be

awarded for attending a judging school (see D.

Judging School - p. 4). No judging awards can

be earned by attending judging schools only.

One judging credit and one participation chip

per calendar year will be awarded for attending

a Voluntary CJE seminar (see E. Continuing

Judges Education - p. 5). One judging credit

and one participation chip per calendar year

will be awarded for attending a Mandatory

CJE seminar upon reaching an award level i.e.

10, 25, 50, 75, etc. (see E. Continuing Judges

Education - p. 5 ). No judging awards can be

earned by attending CJE seminars only.

Judges can accumulate additional judging credits.

There are four instances in which a judge

can receive a judging participation chip:

1. Judging School Instructor - An instructor

will receive a maximum of one (1) credit

per calendar year after instructing a minimum

of three (3) Judging Schools.

2. Continuing Judges Education Instructor

- An instructor will receive a maximum

of one (1) credit per calendar year after

instructing a minimum of three (3) CJE

classes.

3. Banquet Administration - A judging administration

staff member will receive a maximum

of one (1) credit per calendar year

after working a minimum of three (3)

banquets. The banquet will be on the

same day that the staff member worked in

Judging Administration.

4. Race Car Certification - A certifier will

receive a maximum of one (1) credit per

calendar year at the end of the calendar

year in which the certifier is identified by

the Vice President of Class Judging or a

designated responsible person.

If a judge is interested in participating in any

of the above activities, he/she must notify the

Vice President of Class Judging in writing of

his/her interest. No judge will receive more than

one (1) credit per calendar year based on the

above; the credits are subject to the approval of

the appropriate Vice President or Chairman.

After ten chips have been presented, the judge

will receive a judging plaque/board which will

hold 25 chips. In order to receive judging

awards, a judge must field judge at least one

time per year. Field judging includes serving as

an individual category judge, team captain or

administrator.

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