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Interested in taking a Basic Referee class?
Refer to the following procedure to see what classes are offered and to sign up: HERE
Intermediate/Advanced Referee classes:
The Intermediate Referee Course is taught over 3 evenings. At the end of the third evening the Test is administered.
For the next available class in our area, please login to your eayso.org account and look for "Enroll to take a class" link.
The Advanced Referee Course (for Intermediate Referees) is taught over 4 evenings. At the end of the third evening the Physical Fitness test is administered. At the end of the fourth evening the Test is also administered. Location is again in the Hermosa/Manhattan Beach Area, here are the details:
Referee candidates interested in registering for these courses should do so on eAYSO.
A Second Chance
Ever wish you could get a second chance and go back in time to do something differently. Well, let's just say your wish has been granted, because this coming fall lots of referees, including perhaps you, are going to get injured because they are not prepared for the physical activity of refereeing. We have, in effect, granted your wish and turned back time, so you now have the chance to avoid those potential injuries by doing a little fitness training in advance.
If this is your first season as an AYSO referee, or even if you are a veteran, what have you done to prepare yourself for the games ahead? Referees need to be able to keep up with play to be where they need to be to see what they need to see and at the same time avoid hurting themselves trying to do it. A simple program of stretching and walking or jogging now will help get you in shape for the season ahead.
So you are now "Back to the Future" and can prepare yourself to avoid those future injuries which not only keep you from refereeing but also can, in general, make your life unpleasant. Take full advantage of your "second chance" and start your Referee Training Sessions today!
When referees know and use commonly accepted terminology about the game, they help players, coaches, and spectators to learn and use those terms as well. This ultimately improves understanding and communication for all involved. Consequently, it is important that all referees know the terms for things and actions that are part of young players’ games.
In AYSO, it's about MORE than the game.
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