There is still time to register for the Event Management Workshop to be held on Saturday 17 April at Hughes Community Centre.
Login in to Eventor here before midnight, Thursday 15 April to save your place.
Have you ever wondered:
- what goes on behind the scenes at an Orienteering Event?
- why things are the way they are?
- if you could do a better job?
Come along and
- contribute your knowledge and ideas
- find out what resources are out there for you to use
- learn how to use them from a couple of “old hands”.
- Event Organisation: an introduction as to who, what, where and why?
- Course Planning Principles: brief overview of the course requirements for OACT events.
- Event Management software – an overview.
- Controller Accreditation: what is required for you to become an accredited Level 1 or Level 2 OA Controller.
For those interested only in Event Organisation or Course Planning, you only need to attend in the morning.
For those with an interest in becoming an Accredited Controller, you will need to attend all day.
Morning and afternoon refreshments and snacks will be provided, along with tea, coffee and juice.
We have access to a kitchen.
Please provide your own lunch or you can purchase from local businesses.
The agenda for the workshop is available here.
The location of Hughes Community Centre is here.
MeOS Workshop, Sunday 18 April
A second separate workshop will be held on Sunday 18 April at Canberra Grammar School for anyone interested in learning how to use MeOS, the software that Orienteering ACT uses to run our events.
This hands-on workshop will teach you everything you need to know, including loading the event from Eventor, setting up live results, running the event on the day and publishing results. This workshop is suitable for anyone willing to learn MeOS. No experience required with running an event or other event software.
Date: 9am – 12pm, Sunday, 18 April 2021
Location: Canberra Grammar School
Presenters: Tate Needham & Matt Purcell
Register in Eventor now or by emailing