Football Far North Coast will be running our first Level 4 New Referee Course in 2018 for those who wish to become a match official this season, with the details as follows;
Date and times:
Sunday 25th February 2018: 9:30am – approx. 4:30pm.
Southern Cross Football Centre – 32 Crawford Road, East Lismore.
Cost & Inclusions:
The fee for this course is $50, to be paid directly to FFNC by direct deposit into their bank account. This is inclusive of NNSWF’s $35 course fee in addition to Football Far North Coast (FFNC) providing a whistle, law book, printed materials and lunch.
FFNC will REFUND the full $50 fee for all those who complete the course and then subsequently register to become an active match official this year (more details will be provided at the course). The registration fees to become an active FFNC match official in 2018 will be $120 for juniors (18 years and under) and $150 for seniors (19+ years) and FFNC is also pursuing a way of easing that cost as part our strategies and objectives to deliver better outcomes.
The total course fee of $50 is to be paid directly to FFNC by direct deposit into our bank account as follows:
(Use the participants NAME as the reference)
Financial Institution: Newcastle Permanent Building Society
Account Name: Football Far North Coast
Account Number: 509 829 102
BSB: 650 300
Please email Luke Mackney at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm when payment has been transferred or if there are any issues.
Participants who wish to officiate this season should be 13 years of age or older OR turning 13 no later than mid-June 2018 (noting that participants CANNOT be appointed on matches until they turn 13).
1. To register for this course please click here.
2. Finalise payment of the $50 course fee, per the instructions above.
3. BEFORE the first session ALL participants must complete the online Laws of the Game (OLTG) Certificate. To complete this, click here.
Participants can register for the upcoming course first, but this certificate MUST be completed BEFORE attending the course. The time required to complete the OLTG Certificate will vary based on previous knowledge and experience. Participants should allow AT LEAST one hour to complete the certificate, however it may take up to between two and three hours. All answers are provided within the learning material in the OLTG certificate.
4. Participants should bring a pen/pencil and something to write notes in for the course.
5. Participants should wear suitable clothing for some short outdoor activities (weather permitting).
Anyone requiring any further information should contact Luke on 0434 856 992.