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NAWGJ Florida

National Association of Women's Gymnastics Judges of Florida

Annual CPE Form

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Florida Annual CPE Form (Fillable) - April 2020 (docx)

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2019 - 2020 CPE CHANGES

ADJUSTMENT IN CPE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 2019-20 SEASON

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Due to the outbreak of the corona virus and the resulting cancellation of the end of season championship competitions,  the Women’s Technical Committee has voted to reduce the number of CPE credits required for the 2019-2020 season.  We realize that many judges counted on volunteering at some of these events to complete their total number of CPE hours. The recent decision to re-schedule the National Congress may also prevent some officials to be compliant before the new season begins on August 1, 2020.


Therefore, please refer to the following chart indicating the change in the CPE requirements for the 2019-2020 accreditation year. Please be aware that anyone who has not fulfilled the new requirement by the end of May will still be required to submit their Annual Report Form to their State CPE Coordinator by May 31 and indicate any plans to attend any state/ regional or national education opportunities. Once they fulfill their total number of CPE hours and the number of Clinic hours according to their rating, they need to re-submit their Annual CPE Report so they can be considered for judging assignments after August 1, 2020.


Connie Maloney

USA Gymnastics

Technical Director of Women’s Junior Olympic Program

2019 - 2020 CPE CLARIFICATIONS

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW -

 

  • CPE is still due to Susan Monahan by May 31.  If you've already submitted it, you do not need to send in an amended form to reflect the adjusted requirements.  Susan will adjust your carryover hours on the master form and you should adjust your own form so you can refer to it next year.


  • Only 1/2 of your required CPE clinic hours can come from webinars and/or online courses.  This has not changed even though the requirements have been adjusted for this year.  Here are the maximum webinar/online course hours allowed to be claimed under the new adjustment.


  • Levels 4/5 and 7/8 ratings can claim 1.5 hours max
  • Level 9 ratings can claim 2 hours max
  • Level 10, National and Brevet can claim 2.5 hours max
  • All webinar/online courses must USA Gymnastics approved and can only be used once for CPE credit.
  • The USA Gymnastics Technical Committee will discuss next years' (2021) CPE requirements at their upcoming meeting in May.  You'll be notified of changes once and if they are decided.  CPE is still due to Susan by May 31.  If you've already submitted it, you do not need to send in an amended form to reflect the adjusted requirements.  Susan will adjust your carryover hours on the master form and you should adjust your own form so you can refer to it next year.