Where would we be without the men and women who weigh, measure, time and record all our activities? We aim to help our officials progress onwards and upwards through their chosen specialism, helping them to expand their knowledge and become ever more accomplished in their skills and knowledge.

Apart from National and SEAA championships, there are of many other events where your help would be appreciated.  You may be able to officiate at your local club, school district, League or County.  The British Athletics League and the UK Women's Athletics League are always seeking officials to help at their fixtures.  These types of meeting provide especially good experience opportunities for Level 1, 2 and 3 officials.  Download the forms from the England Athletics website.  Your annual Duty Sheet / Form 10 / Record of Experience is also in the officials section.

You can find out about the latest Level 1 and 2 courses in the south by going to the England Athletics website Events section

The SEAOA provide services to officials in the south, and there's lots of general information on the England Athletics website in both the Officials section and in the Your Area section.

Take a look at the national online discussion forum (you need to create a log in but your email won't be shared with anyone).

Recent Downloads for SEAA Officials

Other Documents                             

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The role of non-technical Officials at SEAA Championships. 

Duties for Officials selected for Athlete Registration.

Duties for Officials selected for Results

Field Referee Notes