Here are some materials that may be useful to you in training for scoring. I also encourage you to study the documentation provided with the Destination ImagiNation scoring program, which covers planning, staffing and running a score room.
While the details in these documents are specific to Texas' procedures, they are good starting points for customization. The Aprraiser Trianing and Reminder Sheets are in editable format (.docx, .pptx). These files were created with Office 2013. The others are pdf. If you need and editable format, contact Manny Alvarez.
This is intended for people actually involved in score entry in the Score Room or in Challenge Rooms if you do data entry there. The CM needs to customize this presentation for their setup.
Presentation material for Score Room CMs to use for their own training and for discussion with Regional and Affiliate level tournament directors to determine score room procedures. This is presented at the Texas RCM Training.
A day of tournament reminder sheet for your computer operators. Best to print double sided. Also useful as a training handout.
Role Training for Appraisal Team Organizers, or Paperwork Manager, or Score Room Liaisons, or whatever you call them. A day of tournament reminder sheet for your ATOs. Best to print double sided. Also useful as a training handout.
Prepare appraisers for scoring a tournament with Mobile Scoring. The CM needs to update slide #2 for their tournament. I normally give this to all CM's to present to their appraisers if they are using Mobile Scoring..
This presentation is given by the ACM to the Score Room RCM's. It describes the tasks needed to be done by the RCM's and what is available on the Resource Area during the tournament.
Just a cheat sheet for the things they might want to do during a tournament.
There is a training for the Check In Program, written by Manny Alvarez available here.
There is a presentation on Printing Score Sheets using the DIHQ Resource Area here.
Download a Know When You Are Done sample tracking spreadsheet here.
If you have developed scoring training which you are willing to share with the rest of the scoring community, please contact Manny at firstname.lastname@example.org.