Auditing Judge’s Schools

I’m considering attending the judge’s school at Jubilee this year. Since I’m not pursuing my judges card, I’m just wanting to do it for educational purposes, I was thinking I’d just audit. I’ve downloaded the forms from the AMHA website (application/schedule, handbook, etc). The schedule marks which sessions are for applicants at their first or second school and judges maintaining an r or R card but doesn’t mention auditors. I’m sure some of you have your judges cards and therefore have been to the schools. I’d appreciate any comments on what an audit of the class includes.

Thanks
-Erin

3 Responses to Auditing Judge’s Schools

  1. PlayMorBill says:

    The judges schools are very relaxed and informative. New applicants must come for all three days, while judges renewing their cards can come for the last two. When you audit, go for every day!

    At one school a judge pinned a class so badly that the instructor called him on his cell right there in the ring and balled him out for making the instructor look bad. Funny stuff, we were howling.

    It’s two days of education, practice and the latest Gerry Rushton jokes, followed by a hangover and an open book test (which merely demonstrates your ability to Find the rule, not interpretate it).

    :/

  2. StacyGRS says:

    Are they Gerry’s jokes or are they jokes about Gerry;)?? hmmm…

  3. PlayMorBill says:

    Oh they’re all Gerry Jokes, like: “How many Gerry Jokes are true? ALL of them! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!”

    :)

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