Registration for Entry Level referee courses is now back open.
The course is made up of a combination of online self-directed modules, an instructor-led webinar session, an online exam and finally an on-field practical session.
You must be aged 14 or above to take the Entry Level Course.
You must create a Ref Centre account: Link: www.refcentre.com/alberta . Put the start dates of the course in the required calendar. Put the calendar start date as todays date, rather than the Practical session dates, in order to bring up all the current available courses.
(Please note: if you were a mini referee you will have to set up a new Ref Centre account using a different email address rather than being able to continue with your mini ref account.)
You must sign the waiver.
You must pay the registration fee online.
Once you have completed those steps you will be able to access and begin the online modules straight away. Ref Centre will track your progress as you work through the stages of the course and will prompt you about what you have to do when it comes the webinar / exam etc.
Please contact Derek at Calgary Women's Soccer Association email@example.com with any questions about the courses.
An introductory course for people 14 years or older (on or before May 15th), who would like to referee U11 8v8, U13 and older 11v11, or act as an assistant referee (linesman) at any level.
The cost per student for the course will be determined by the hosting organization.
The course covers:
Students are supplied with -
Note - some districts or clubs supply additional items, such as referee uniforms, assistant flags etc
After successfully completing the course, referees are classified as follows:
14 and 15 years old = Youth Referee
16 years and older = District Referee
Please note that the course fee includes the first year’s registration fee for the referees.
Entry Level courses usually run in the spring, in preparation for the outdoor season, but occasionally are run at other times of the year.