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Re: show chair duties

Carolyn asks

:According to AIS rules for judges, is it "legal" for a region to require
:more of their judges than is called for in the handbook/regulations
:where ever they are printed??


:I'm more curious than concerned. It seems that if a region were to "require"
:more of its judges than another reagion, there would be inequality among
:the judges, and aren't we striving for standardizaton??

True. However, it was recognized that there needs to be some latitude in
allowing regions to set there own requirements. This is because some
regions will simply not be able to provide all the opportunities for
different sorts of activities that are available in other regions. So
the AIS requirements are _minimum_ requirements. If a region is able
to provide additional training experiences for judges, it may make those
additional experiences requirements.

Happy irising, Tom.

Tom Tadfor Little                  telp@Rt66.com
Santa Fe, New Mexico (USA)
Telperion Productions  http://www.rt66.com/telp/

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