The Tournament and Events Management (TEM) Sub-Committee is responsible for the development, maintenance, amendment management and compliance of the CMAA tournament and competition rules and guidelines. The TEM-SC is responsible to advise member clubs and event promoters on compliance to the CMAA Risk Management and OH & S Policies for all tournaments, competitions and events.
The TEM-SC is responsible to develop, maintain and amend as required a Training and Accreditation Program to approve all Judges and Referees ensuring continuity of accreditation. Only CMAA approved and current accredited Judges and Referees are allowed to officiate at CMAA events, tournaments and competitions.
The ELT remains the sole authority for all CMAA approved and sanctioned competitions, tournaments and events. The ELT will also be responsible to approve only current accredited Judges and referees including the Senior Judge and Referee and competition, tournament and Event Manager in support of member clubs and promoters.
The sub-committee members may appoint additional members as specific subject matter experts as appropriate on an as required basis only with reference to any amendments to the CMAA competition rules and guidelines and or Judging and Referee Accreditation Program and will submit their recommendations to the ELT for review, comment and approval.
The ELT will review the recommendations of the TEM-SC and give an opportunity for the Senior Instructors and competition, tournament and event promoters in the wider CMAA membership to comment before either returning to the TEM-SC with direction and or guidance for further amendment action or make a final decision concerning changes to the CMAA competition rules and guidelines and or Judging and referee Accreditation Program.
The ELT will notify the CMMA Club and Member Management Sub-Committee (CMM) of the results of the Judge and Referee Accreditation Program concerning the accreditation of CMAA sanctioned judges and referees. The CMM-SC will develop and maintain a digital database and management system and update the appropriate member records ensuring that all records are accurate and current. The CMM-SC is responsible for liaison with all club Senior Instructors and individual members for the timely payment of all appropriate Judge and Referee Accreditation Program training fees.
The final authority concerning any changes to the CMAA competition rules and guidelines and or Judge and Referee Accreditation Program rests with the Chairman and members of the ELT.