Haldimand Youth Soccer: Referees page
UPDATED Baseline Testing
Ontario Soccer - Baseline Testing
If you were Entry Level Certified in 2017 you are required to do Baseline Testing. Once this testing and survey are complete, you can then register on Ref Centre for this upcoming season. Please also note that for HYSC to keep track of all individuals interested in Refereeing this upcoming season, please register as a referee on our soccer registration link off of the homepage of this site. You will need to have your own email account, and if you are under 18, your parents will automatically be copied.
Go to: www.ontariosoccer.net
Match Officials tab, under tab click LTOD, CLICK BASELINE TESTING
Select Grade - if you have forgotten your Grade, you can get that info through your RefCentre account
ON THE NEXT PAGE YOU WILL NEED THE CODE LISTED AND IT IS CASE SENSITIVE
also, you need to create a username and password - this can be the same as your RefCentre
YOU WILL RECEIVE A CERTIFICATE AT THE END OF THE TEST AND SURVEY AND IT IS IMPORTANT TO DOWNLOAD AND SAVE TO YOUR COMPUTER AS THE CODE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE CERTIFICATE IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
REFEREE COURSES ARE LISTED ON THE ONTARIO SOCCER SITE, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO REGISTER PROMPTLY AS THEY FILL QUICKLY. HOWEVER, 80% OF THE OFFICIALS REQUIRED TO TAKE THE TEST MUST BE COMPLETED FIRST
Ontario Soccer Referee Info
Referee classifications and overview.
Referee training courses.
Brant County Branch - Ontario Soccer Referees Association (OSRA) is holding a series of FREE Referee Meetings & Education Seminars (Winter-Spring 2018).
*ALL SESSIONS IN BRANT AND HAMILTON BEGIN AT 7PM
February 22, 2018
Starts & Restarts
Free Kicks & Penalties
March 22, 2018
Law 12 - Foul Recognition
April 19, 2018
Law 12 - Misconducts
We are in the process of planning sessions - while they are not all sorted out yet, we do have our first session booked:
February 15th at Tim Hortons Field on the 2018 Law Revisions and then a discussion on restarts and offside. The session will start at 7pm in the Press Room (2nd floor).
Check back at http://www.hamiltonsoccer.net/en-us/referees/educationsessions.aspx for updates
Monday, July 5
REFEREE REPORTING FORMS
Please save the appropriate form (Caution, Dismissal, Special Incident) to your computer, fill it out and e-mail or give it to the Club Head Referee or the Referee Coordinator in your town.
These reports must be completed and delivered to the Club Head Referee within 24 hours of the incident. Click on underscore "_" beside names below for direct email.
HYSC CLUB HEAD REFEREE - Sam Sands - email@example.com
Handout: REFEREE REPORTING FORMS
A Great Site For Referees
This site is about the most interesting site that I have come accross. It has a question and answer section of real submissions to qualified referees.
It's worth checking out - you will learn a thing or two.
The Guide to Referees - A little tounge in cheek
The Blind Ref - sees himself as the friend of the fast-flowing game.
Appears to have lost his whistle and lets anything pass.
The Whistling Ref - a chronic whistleblower for every minor misdeed, fragmenting the game with a thousand irritating stoppages.
The Homer Ref - believes that every savage foul by the home team is nothing more than an enthusiastic tackle.
The Headmaster Ref - treats everyone as naughty little players.
Gives patronizing sarcastic glances, much finger wagging and stern lecturing.
The Flashy Ref - is immaculately costumed.
Uses flamboyant gestures and often acts out fouls in mime.
The Smiley Ref - has seen it all before and believes that humor is the best way to defuse potentially explosive situations. nearly always smiles when he gives a severe warning.
The Perfect Ref - is firm but fair. Restrained but decisive.
Unmoved by emotional outbursts.
Unimpressed by special pleading, and can tell a trip from a dive at