The FA Referee Course .(West Riding CountyFA)
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West Riding County FA --Coulman Recreation Ground
Coulman Road, Thorne
Doncaster
SOUTH YORKSHIRE

 

Course Information:

  • Minimum Age: 14
  • Course Duration: Minimum of 34 Guided Learning Hours
  • Course Prerequisites: Completion of pre-course activity packNone
  • Who is it for: This course is open to anyone who is interested in officiating 11 a side or 9 v 9 football.
  • Course aims and objectives: The Referees Course provides participants with an insight to the laws of the game and their practical application on the field of play. It also looks at the skills required to be a referee.
  • Leading to: Registered Referee Status (either level 8 Youth Referee or Level 7 Junior County Referee)

Course Content:

The course consists of 6 clear units with the following elements:

Unit 1 - Registration and Pre Course Activity

Unit 2-4 - Practical Delivery and Evaluation of Performance:

  • The Key skills required to be a football referee
  • Theoretical information  of the 17 laws of the game
  • Practical work covering implementation  of the laws
  • The art of Positioning and movement
  • Management strategies and ideas on effective decision-making
  • Effective reporting misconduct
  • Evaluation of performance and Assessment Of Knowledge

Unit 5 - Officiating 5 games of 11v11 or 9v9 gamesAssessment of Experiences:

  • Reviewing and receiving Feedback

Unit 6 - Final assessment/theory examination:

 

  • Examination of knowledge of Laws Of The Game
  • Plan for what happens next

 

PLEASE NOTE: The dates indicated on the course booking cover only the first 4 Units of learning. Unit 5 requires the candidate to track the practical implementation of their lessons in a match environment, and Unit 6, the Final Assessment, can only be completed once that has been evidenced. 

Either the Safeguarding Football on line learning resource or where applicable the workshop will be completed. A CRC check will be instigated during the course, where applicable.

Practical Involvement: Candidates are required to participate practically to maximise their opportunities for learning.

Assessment: Assessment is via successful completing the Assessment of Knowledge (theory & practical) in Unit 6.

 

Suggested additional learning opportunities:

  • FA Mini Football Referees Course
  • Small Sided referee Course
  • Futsal Referee Course
  • Referee Mentoring Workshop

Equality: FA Learning will ensure that it treats people fairly and with respect and that it will provide access and opportunities for all members of the community to take part in, and enjoy, it's activities in an atmosphere free from harassment, bullying, discrimination or abuse. FA Learning will seek to provide a service which is appropriate to the needs of an individual and to make reasonable adjustments or provide support, where appropriate, to cater for those needs.

The course consists of the following sessions - candidates must attended every session:

 

Date SessionTime

Monday 30th October 2017Introduction & Distribution of Course Materials09:00 - 12:00

Monday 30th October 2017 Safeguarding Children Workshop (16s+ only) *Unless Exempt
13:00 - 16:00

Thursday 2nd November 2017Tuition & Evaluation of Law Knowledge (indoor & outdoor)
09:00 - 17:00

Friday 3rd November 2017Tuition & Evaluation of Refereeing Skills (indoor & outdoor)09:00 - 17:00

 

* Must already possess a Certificate in Safeguarding Children obtained through The FA.

Fees - what do I pay?


The FA Referee Course fee is £120.00. The fee is the same for all ages (14yrs+).

 

What will I receive?

 

The services of FA Referee Tutors

A copy of the latest Laws of the Game

An interactive DVD on the Laws of the Game

A pre-course study programme

FA Safeguarding Children training

FA 'Respect' training

FA registration fee for one season

A referee whistle

A set of red/yellow cards & holder

A list of League contacts (for information only)

Initial five 11v11 or 9v9 games

A certificate of qualification following the successful passing of a final examination on the Laws of the Game

FA Referee badge

The services of FA Referee Mentors for ongoing support throughout development period

All candidates must undertake training in Safeguarding Children unless they have already done so with The FA. Safeguarding Children training for candidates aged 14 and 15 is undertaken using a web-based system, a link for which will be provided prior to the introduction evening. This training must be completed prior to the first tuition session.

Candidates aged 16 and above if they wish to be involved in youth (U18) football on a regular basis are required to complete an FA CRC (Criminal Records Check) only if they don't already have an enhanced disclosure certificate obtained through The FA.

The cost of an FA CRC is currently £10.00, payable online once your documents have been verified. It is not included in the course fee.

Course Information:  

  • Minimum Age: 14 (at the start of the course)
  • Course Duration: 18 hours plus 5 games (11v11 or 9v9, not mini-soccer or small-sided football)
  • Pre-course Requirements: Reading the Laws of The Game which will be provided at the introduction evening and can also be found in the referees section of the WRCFA website. Use of an interactive DVD provided at the introduction evening.
  • Who is it for: Ideally suited to those wanting to become a referee involved in the 9v9 or 11 a side game both in Youth and Adult football.
  • Course aims and objectives: This course will provide additional knowledge of the laws of the game as well as developing the practical skills required to be a football referee.

Course Content:

The course is run over 6 modules including the completion of 5 matches as a trainee referee.


Module 1 - Introduction

This module will introduce some key aspects in the following:

  • Laws of the Game
  • Course Requirements & Structure
  • Distribution of study packs, other course materials and SCW / CRC information

 

Module 2 - Laws of the Game Knowledge Test & Tuition (indoor & outdoor)

This module will introduce some key aspects in the following:

  • Practical Refereeing
  • Building on knowledge of the Laws of the Game


Module 3 - Safeguarding Children Workshop - Only applicable to those who are 16+ and are in need of the appropriate accreditation.
 

Module 4 - Tuition and Evaluation of Refereeing Skills

This module will develop some key aspects in the following:

  • Managing Match Situations
  • Evaluating Refereeing Capabilities in live situations 


Module 5 - Practical refereeing

This module requires each candidate to referee 5 games of 9v9 or 11v11 football as Level 9, trainee referees.

Module 6 - Call Back Event including a Laws of the Game Examination

This module requires those who have completed the required minimum 5 games to undertake a final examination that, if successful, confirms their qualification as a referee and re-classifies them as Level 7 (if over 16) or Level 8 (if aged 14 or 15). Dates will be confirmed at the introduction evening.

 

 

Course Information:

  • Minimum Age: 14
  • Course Duration: Minimum of 34 Guided Learning Hours
  • Course Prerequisites: Completion of pre-course activity packNone
  • Who is it for: This course is open to anyone who is interested in officiating 11 a side or 9 v 9 football.
  • Course aims and objectives: The Referees Course provides participants with an insight to the laws of the game and their practical application on the field of play. It also looks at the skills required to be a referee.
  • Leading to: Registered Referee Status (either level 8 Youth Referee or Level 7 Junior County Referee)

Course Content:

The course consists of 6 clear units with the following elements:

Unit 1 - Registration and Pre Course Activity

Unit 2-4 - Practical Delivery and Evaluation of Performance:

  • The Key skills required to be a football referee
  • Theoretical information  of the 17 laws of the game
  • Practical work covering implementation  of the laws
  • The art of Positioning and movement
  • Management strategies and ideas on effective decision-making
  • Effective reporting misconduct
  • Evaluation of performance and Assessment Of Knowledge

Unit 5 - Officiating 5 games of 11v11 or 9v9 gamesAssessment of Experiences:

  • Reviewing and receiving Feedback

Unit 6 - Final assessment/theory examination:

 

  • Examination of knowledge of Laws Of The Game
  • Plan for what happens next

 

PLEASE NOTE: The dates indicated on the course booking cover only the first 4 Units of learning. Unit 5 requires the candidate to track the practical implementation of their lessons in a match environment, and Unit 6, the Final Assessment, can only be completed once that has been evidenced. 

Either the Safeguarding Football on line learning resource or where applicable the workshop will be completed. A CRC check will be instigated during the course, where applicable.

Practical Involvement: Candidates are required to participate practically to maximise their opportunities for learning.

Assessment: Assessment is via successful completing the Assessment of Knowledge (theory & practical) in Unit 6.

 

Suggested additional learning opportunities:

  • FA Mini Football Referees Course
  • Small Sided referee Course
  • Futsal Referee Course
  • Referee Mentoring Workshop

Equality: FA Learning will ensure that it treats people fairly and with respect and that it will provide access and opportunities for all members of the community to take part in, and enjoy, it's activities in an atmosphere free from harassment, bullying, discrimination or abuse. FA Learning will seek to provide a service which is appropriate to the needs of an individual and to make reasonable adjustments or provide support, where appropriate, to cater for those needs.

The course consists of the following sessions - candidates must attended every session:

 

Date SessionTime

Monday 30th October 2017Introduction & Distribution of Course Materials09:00 - 12:00

Monday 30th October 2017 Safeguarding Children Workshop (16s+ only) *Unless Exempt
13:00 - 16:00

Thursday 2nd November 2017Tuition & Evaluation of Law Knowledge (indoor & outdoor)
09:00 - 17:00

Friday 3rd November 2017Tuition & Evaluation of Refereeing Skills (indoor & outdoor)09:00 - 17:00

 

* Must already possess a Certificate in Safeguarding Children obtained through The FA.

Fees - what do I pay?


The FA Referee Course fee is £120.00. The fee is the same for all ages (14yrs+).

 

What will I receive?

 

The services of FA Referee Tutors

A copy of the latest Laws of the Game

An interactive DVD on the Laws of the Game

A pre-course study programme

FA Safeguarding Children training

FA 'Respect' training

FA registration fee for one season

A referee whistle

A set of red/yellow cards & holder

A list of League contacts (for information only)

Initial five 11v11 or 9v9 games

A certificate of qualification following the successful passing of a final examination on the Laws of the Game

FA Referee badge

The services of FA Referee Mentors for ongoing support throughout development period

All candidates must undertake training in Safeguarding Children unless they have already done so with The FA. Safeguarding Children training for candidates aged 14 and 15 is undertaken using a web-based system, a link for which will be provided prior to the introduction evening. This training must be completed prior to the first tuition session.

Candidates aged 16 and above if they wish to be involved in youth (U18) football on a regular basis are required to complete an FA CRC (Criminal Records Check) only if they don't already have an enhanced disclosure certificate obtained through The FA.

The cost of an FA CRC is currently £10.00, payable online once your documents have been verified. It is not included in the course fee.

Course Information:  

  • Minimum Age: 14 (at the start of the course)
  • Course Duration: 18 hours plus 5 games (11v11 or 9v9, not mini-soccer or small-sided football)
  • Pre-course Requirements: Reading the Laws of The Game which will be provided at the introduction evening and can also be found in the referees section of the WRCFA website. Use of an interactive DVD provided at the introduction evening.
  • Who is it for: Ideally suited to those wanting to become a referee involved in the 9v9 or 11 a side game both in Youth and Adult football.
  • Course aims and objectives: This course will provide additional knowledge of the laws of the game as well as developing the practical skills required to be a football referee.

Course Content:

The course is run over 6 modules including the completion of 5 matches as a trainee referee.


Module 1 - Introduction

This module will introduce some key aspects in the following:

  • Laws of the Game
  • Course Requirements & Structure
  • Distribution of study packs, other course materials and SCW / CRC information

 

Module 2 - Laws of the Game Knowledge Test & Tuition (indoor & outdoor)

This module will introduce some key aspects in the following:

  • Practical Refereeing
  • Building on knowledge of the Laws of the Game


Module 3 - Safeguarding Children Workshop - Only applicable to those who are 16+ and are in need of the appropriate accreditation.
 

Module 4 - Tuition and Evaluation of Refereeing Skills

This module will develop some key aspects in the following:

  • Managing Match Situations
  • Evaluating Refereeing Capabilities in live situations 


Module 5 - Practical refereeing

This module requires each candidate to referee 5 games of 9v9 or 11v11 football as Level 9, trainee referees.

Module 6 - Call Back Event including a Laws of the Game Examination

This module requires those who have completed the required minimum 5 games to undertake a final examination that, if successful, confirms their qualification as a referee and re-classifies them as Level 7 (if over 16) or Level 8 (if aged 14 or 15). Dates will be confirmed at the introduction evening.

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