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Jarl Tarquin the Red
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Marshal in Training Form

Event Report Form - The Marshal-in-Charge of any event should fill this form out and submit it to the group marshal

Group Marshal Report Form - Regional and Group Marshals may use this form for quarterly and Domesday reports

Quarterly and Domesday Report Guidelines

Local Marshals

Quarterly reports should consist of the following:

  • Current contact information
  • Summary of archery-related activities
  • Event Reports from any local events at which you were Marshal-in-Charge

Regional Marshals

Quarterly reports should consist of the following:

  • Current contact information
  • Summary of archery-related activities
  • Event Reports from any local events at which you were Marshal-in-Charge
  • Summary of Event Reports from local marshals
  • Listing of all local marshals in the region, with current contact information

Marshal in Training Guidelines - excerpted from the Archery Marshals Handbook

The first thing that a prospective Marshal in Training should do is contact the Regional Archery Marshal.  You may get a form from the Regional Marshal or download a form from the web site. Below are the areas in which you are expected to train to become a fully-warranted marshal. Once training is complete and all signatures are filled out, submit the form to the Regional Marshal. The Regional Marshal shall then administer final approval and forward the form to the Deputy Earl Marshal for Archery. The initial warrant shall come from the DEM for Archery. After that, warrants are maintained through the Marshal Database.

FIELD OPERATIONS TRAINING

A. GENERAL
The Marshals-in-Training is trained and actively participates in each area of Marshal operations to receive the corresponding signature. A minimum participation in four events is required and more is strongly recommended, including a training session with the Regional Deputy Marshal. The sponsoring Marshal or the Marshal supervising the Marshals-in-Training in each aspect of operations will review guidelines, expectations and requirements, and then oversee the Marshals-in-Training in executing the operation until the Marshals-in-Training shows a reasonable level proficiency. Participating in the day.s activities while training is discouraged.

B. EVENT AND ACTIVITY PLANNING
The Marshals-in-Training is expected to learn how to plan for the activity at an event, including:
1) Area and equipment needs
2) Arranging Marshals and support staff
3) Understanding special needs for tournaments, competitions, and wars as applicable to the activity

C. SET-UP
The Marshals-in-Training is trained to and learns how to do the actual set-up for the activity including:

1) Crowd control and restricting access to hazardous areas
2) Assessment of the site for use
3) Placement of the List table and other support tables

D. INSPECTIONS
The Marshals-in-Training is trained in enforcing the equipment requirements for the activity including:
1) Inspection of weapons and equipment used in the activity
2) How to respond to a failure and repair situation
3) Using proper equipment inspection tools
4) Dealing with experimental equipment, weapons or armor

E. AUTHORIZATIONS
The Marshals-in-Training is trained to run both first time and advanced authorizations, where applicable.

F. RUNNING THE ACTIVITY

The Marshals-in-Training is trained to run the activity, including, where applicable:
1) Tournaments
2) Competitions
3) Arbitration of disagreements
4) Responses to violations of the rules

G. RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Marshals-in-Training will learn the limits and procedures of the authority of the office

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