The five steps to becoming a Grassroots Referee are explained in more detail here… Step 1: Create a personal profile in the U.S. Soccer Learning Center.. The Learning Center houses both coaching education and referee education and all new coaches and referees must create a personal profile to access courses and materials.
All USSF referee instruction in Ohio North is managed (coordinated) by the State Director of Instruction (SDI). The SDI is currently Bill Nest. The SDI is responsible for coordinating all USSF certified referee instruction in OHN including Entry Level referee clinics, Bridge clinics, Recertification clinics, Upgrade clinics and the state level Intermediate or Advanced clinics that are held every year.
Referees: If you are having problems with the US Soccer learning Center, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Baldeosingh, SRA-----2022 License Renewal Information. 2022 OHIO SOUTH NEW GRASSROOTS REFEREE COURSES ARE AVAILABLE: ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS & 1 IN-PERSON ASSIGNED FIELD TRAINING; 2022 OHIO SOUTH GRASSROOTS RECERTIFICATION COURSES ARE AVAILABLE ...
OSDL Referee Information. Thank you for accepting assignments to referee in the Ohio Soccer Developmental League (OSDL). Below you will find some general information regarding the OSDL fees, length of the game and general rules. Prior to The Game
To referee high school sports in Ohio, you must be 18-years old. You should expect to pay an entry fee along with a yearly dues assessment. The entry fee generally covers the cost of rule books, study material and, in some cases, classroom instruction.
Courses. New Referee Course Online _START HERE_. -START HERE- Online course requirement for new referees to be certified and registered with US Soccer through the Ohio North State Referee Committee. This course must be completed before students can register and attend a new referee clinic. 1. Click a Course Type below to view all Approved Courses.
State Referee Administrator Ken Baldeosingh 8969 Cedargate Pl Dayton, Ohio 45424 937-545-6864 email@example.com
Classification of Officials: Class 1 – Eligible to officiate all levels. Class 2 – Eligible to officiate all levels of contests except varsity contests in football, basketball, baseball, softball, and the Referee position in volleyball. Class 3 – Restricted to 7th, 8th and 9th grade.
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