All those who are required carry out sports pitch marking.
To enable delegates to accurately mark out various sports pitches and/or running tracks.
In all sports there is the need for accurate marking of the area of play and it is essential for the interpretation of the rules.
They are guides for the players, referees and umpires and must be accurate in positioning and application of the line marking compound.
The machinery must be well maintained and the technique well thought out to ensure effective use of time and materials.
MARKING OUT FROM SCRATCHPlacing the playing surface within the designated areaOrientationConsideration of surface fallsAllowance for separation between playing areasInterpreting plansForming a right angleTypes of marking machinesPreparation of marking equipmentPlacement of marking stringsMarking straight, broken and curved linesPlacement of goal posts and other hardwareCleaning and maintenance of machinery
Need for re-stringingPlacement of marking stringsOver marking straight, broken and curved lines
Squaring the tableMarking out wicket positionCreasesBoundariesFurniture( stumps & sidescreens)Normally carried out as part of Spring Preparation for play including:
Football- 1 DayHockey- 1 DayRugby- 1 DayIncluding Positioning of Posts
Locating and marking of inner linesStartsFinishesStragger and take over boxesWould need to be completed by staff after the course.
Non permanent markings
Course Max: 6 People