MSA accepting single-discipline stewards

25
May
2017

As previously reported in MSA Extra, the governing body is now accepting applications from those wishing to become a Steward in their one preferred discipline.

In the past, all applicants wishing to become a Trainee MSA Steward had to attend a number of events in each discipline, however the MSA has relaxed this requirement. Three people have become single-discipline Stewards to date, while a further 14 are currently undergoing training.

For further information, email training@msauk.org. The application form is available from james.betchley@msauk.org.

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