Motorcycling Victoria is now offering Training Sessions for clubs to attend to in regards to using Ridernet. This session will include information about the Event Manager side of the system.
In regards to the Event Manager side of the system, there are a number of little fixes that are yet to be made from a national-level (Database Committee) that will be made to streamline the process and make it clearer/easier for people to work with. However, this information/training session will be used to take club committee members through the system and give an understanding on how to use it.
It is important to note that these training sessions are for club committee members to learn how to use the system from a club perspective, not for regular members who use Ridernet to renew or apply for licences.
The sessions will take place at the following locations on the following nights:
- Tuesday 14th March – State Motorcycle Sports Complex, Broadford @ 6.30pm
- Wednesday 15th March – Horsham Real Estate Conference Room, 13-17 Firebrace St, Horsham @ 7pm
- Wednesday 15th March – The Bended Elbow, 480 Dean St, Albury (Time to be confirmed)
- Thursday 16th March – Korumburra (Location & time to be confirmed)
*We will notify all clubs of the time and the Korumburra details once they are confirmed, which should be later today. We just wanted to get this information out as quickly as possible!
We strongly urge clubs to take advantage of these sessions and get to the one closest to them – the presenters are staff from the MA Database Supplier, Sports Marketing Australia, who are coming down from Sydney to run these sessions for our clubs.
Something else will be arranged for the far north-west of the state in the coming weeks (they were unable to travel that distance and cover the rest of the state in the couple of days that they are down in Victoria).
It’s recommended that clubs send at least two people, members of their committee, who may be using the Ridernet system to attend these sessions. They can then use the system and show other club members how to use it as well.
“I would like to remind everyone that you aren’t to approach these sessions as a chance to get up and vent to these presenters. They are down here to try to assist clubs by providing them with training and information, nothing more-nothing less. Accept the help they are offering because it is extremely good of them to come down from Sydney for a few days to do this for our clubs,” MV’s Sport and Rider Development Manager Mark Vallance said.
“I’d like to thank the club secretaries that I’ve dealt with over the last couple of days to get this organised, I appreciate your efforts and help in this endeavour!” Mark added.
Sport & Rider Development Manager