Referee Level 3 - Laurieton

Football Federation Australia
Referee Level 3 - Laurieton


Referee Level 3 - Laurieton
Date/Time
17 Mar 2018 10:00 AM  -  5:00 PM 
Organised By Northern NSW Football
Event Location Laurieton United Services Club
Other Information To undertake this training program you must be at least 16 years of age and hold a current Level 4 Referee qualification. This training program is aimed at match officials officiating in junior to lower divisions of adult football. The course consists of 6-8 hours of classroom-based training including Laws of the Game examinations (written responses, multiple choice and video incidents). This is followed by practical assessments in a minimum of 2 matches (1 as a referee and 1 as an assistant referee).
Contact name Brad Carlin
Address Laurieton United Services Club
2 Seymour St
Laurieton
2443
State NSW
Country Australia
Phone 0432179245
Email address bcarlin@northernnswfootball.com.au
Event website www.northernnswfootball.com.au
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Course Description

To undertake this training program you must be at least 16 years of age and hold a current Level 4 Referee qualifiication.

This training program is aimed at match officials officiating in junior to lower divisions of adult football.

The course consists of 6-8 hours of classroom-based training including Laws of the Game examinations (written responses, multiple choice and video incidents).

This is followed by practical assessments in a minimum of 2 matches (1 as a referee and 1 as an assistant referee).

Who should do this Course

Any Level 4 Referee who wants to learn more about refereeing.

Accreditation is compulsory in accordance with FFA National Registration Regulations.

Type of Event Training Course
Level of Event All
Category of Event Education
Event ID17509
Area ID30
Course ID306
Other InformationThis training program is aimed at match officials officiating in junior to lower divisions of adult football.
The course consists of 6-8 hours of classroom-based training including a Laws of the Game examination.
This is followed by practical assessments in a minimum of 2 matches (1 as a referee and 1 as an assistant referee).
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