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FEDS Referees. 2014 Pre-Season Meeting. Lowell Williamson FEDS Head Referee Joey Burrows Assistant Head Referee. Introductions. Our Philosophy!. We are a team!. Keys. Be visible, make calls & establish yourself as a referee. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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FEDS Referees2014 Pre-Season MeetingIntroductionsLowell WilliamsonFEDS Head RefereeJoey BurrowsAssistant Head RefereeOur Philosophy!

We are a team!Keys

Be visible, make calls & establish yourself as a refereeYour appearance and attitude (confidence and interest) can greatly determine how others view you as a referee4KeysThese factors can greatly determine how others view you as a referee!

KeysBe on time30 minutes in advance of kickoff (no excuses!)No kicking the ball around!Looking like a team!Part of your responsibility

Referee Kit ChecklistMust Haves Uniform (jersey, shorts, socks) If you have a yellow jersey, bring it!Black Shoes (appropriate for surface) CSA badge Whistles two (different tones) Watches - two Pocket Wallet, Paper & Pencils/Pens Coin Pump/Needles/Pressure Gauge Flags Water bottle No Jewelry

Keys

Look the partShirts tucked inNo jewelry

Field Inspection(the boxed 8)

Keys

Lead by exampleAlways think like a referee

KeysDont be afraid to make a mistakeWe all make mistakes, it happens Move quickly to restart the game

A suggestion:

If you really want to develop as a referee take the time to reflect on the match. Assess your own performance:

What did I do well? What could I have done better? Is there something I will try to do different next match?

11Reflection after a matchIf you really want to develop as a referee take the time to reflect on the match. Assess your own performance:What did I do well?What could I have done better?Is there something I will try to do different next match?

When Making DecisionsSafetyFairFun

How to Deal with SituationsAskTellRemovePlease remember:

You are control of the match. If at any point you feel unsafe or feel that you cannot control the match it is within your rights to abandon the match or communicate that unless the situation changes you will be taking this action.14What you can expect?Minimize abuse and inappropriate behaviour at gamesDevelop officials Promotion of top talentMake resources available to help you with refereeing

We will support you!

What can you expect?Available by phone and by email to help you Mentoring ProgramAttend games and give advice, feedback and act as a resourceMentorsCam LodderDon EvoyJoey BurrowsLowell WilliamsonBrad LampkinConnor GoodwinHeather CrashleyGreg MoultonStuart CheeseRobert BeerJoseph MullinsMentoringMentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of referees at all levels. Successful referee education programmes change the behaviour and practices of referees - whether they are newly qualified or international referees.MentoringFor this change to occur, learning must take place. Mentoring supports the learning process. Mentoring, quite simply means a one to one relationship supporting the development of another referee. Assignment of GamesRefs for SSG will be assigned on RefCentreu8 & u10Travel & HLAssignment of GamesUpdate your availability on http://refcentre.com

DEMO!

Payment ScheduleHOUSEGame LengthTRAVELGame LengthU8 $142 x 25 min.U9 $202 x 25 min.U10 $162 x 25 min.U10 $202 x 25 min.An Improved StandardWe are expecting improvement from all of our referees this yearYour game assignments will be based on your attitude, performance and attendance at education sessionsCommunicationCheck & Respond to your email on a regular basisNeed your email address and your parentsUse http://refcentre.comFacebook page

How can we help you as referees?Discussion