Flagging & Communications training sessions are held throughout the season.
Training takes place at Waterford Hills and is sponsored by MTM, WHRRI and SCCA-Detroit,
and is a combination of classroom and hands-on learning.
New Flagger School
April 27 - 28
The school consists of a Saturday morning classroom session, where we teach you the basics of flagging and communications, including: The Flags, Basic Communications, Safety, Equipment (what you need, what to wear, what to bring).
After the morning session, students will be taken on a tour of the paddock and introduced to the various car classes and vehicle types.
The remainder of the afternoon will be spent working with our experienced Marshals on a turn station, putting into practice everything they learned during the morning.
Students are encouraged to return on Sunday, where they will once again work on-track with our experienced Marshals.
May thru Sep
If you miss the New Flagger Training in April you still have a chance to attend training at the Waterford Hills Race Course.
May 4 & 5
May 25 & 26
Jun 29 & 30
Aug 3 & 4
Aug 31 & Sep 1
Sep 28 & 29
It's never too late to start, and there are no tuition fees !
Just click on the button below to contact our Training Coordinator and let us know that you're interested.
Advanced Worker Training
2019 Fire School date TBD
This one day classroom and hands-on training session includes advanced topics such as on-track safety, rescue & first aid, hand signals, etc. and is open to all race track workers (not just Flaggers).
Every third year we conduct a Fire Safety school with professional instructors and hands-on practice extinguishing controlled car fires.
MTM Branch Library
SCCA Flagging and Communications Manual
Positions, Responsibilities & Tasks
Sample sheets & forms
F&C Mini Manual
Purpose of the F&C Team
Incident Response Safety