In compliance with AYSO’s National Referee Program, AYSO Region 45 offers a number of Referee Training Courses during August and early September. U8 Official and Regional Referee certification training sessions are offered through our region in conjunction with Region 43 (North Los Altos). Intermediate and Advance Referee certification training sessions are generally Area 2A.
There are five certification levels used within Region 45: U8 Official, Regional Referee, Intermediate Referee, Advanced Referee, and National Referee. In order to referee in AYSO, you will need to have a current Volunteer Registration, to complete Safe Haven, and to be trained to the level you are refereeing. Instruction for becoming a Referee in Region 45 is here.
Note: Conditions for advancement to the next level are flexible since every person is different.
Volunteer Registration – All volunteers must be registered within eAYSO (www.eAYSO.org). The first time you register as a volunteer (New Volunteer) that registration will be valid for one year. After the first time you register you will need to register as a Returning Referee in the eASYO. This must be done annually and it only requires an “e-signature”.
Safe Haven – Eachvolunteer must have a current Safe Haven certification. A New Volunteer must take the On-line Safe Haven certification. A Returning Volunteer requires an updated Safe Haven certification periodically. You will be notified if your Safe Haven certification is out-of-date. The link to Safe Haven is here.
Taking and Passing Referee Certification Training with Region 45– At Region 45 we train up to the Intermediate Referee level. Here is the Region 45 Training Schedule.
|Jan 17-18-19 (Tu, We, Th)||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Intermediate Referee||TBD||201605494|
|Feb 1 (We)||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Basic Online Companion||TBD||201605495|
|Mar 1 (We)||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm||U8 Official||TBD||201605496|
All volunteers must register in www.eAYSO.org for the class, take the class, and pass the exam at the end. Go to www.eAYSO.org and login with your eAYSO credentials. You can narrow the list of courses by selecting state “CA”, then Section 2, Area A. Select a course such as “U8 Official, Basic Regional Referee, U8 Upgrade to Basic Referee, or On-line Companion class, roster # , etc.”. At the Referee Training you will need to turn in a copy of the Volunteer Form and have the instuctor validate your ID.
Referee Certification Training outside R45 – AYSO training is standardized so you can take the training anywhere it’s offered. The certification will be updated in eAYSO. However, if you take a class outside of our region, please don’t turn in your form there. It must be handed in to Steve Tabaska at region 45.
On-Line Companion Classes – Each class has an on-line course followed by a companion classroom session. Complete the on-line course at http://www.aysotraining.org before the classroom session. Use the on-line course to learn the material and the classroom session for review and clarification. The classroom session ends with an exam that you must pass. Without the on-line course preparation, it’s likely you will fail the exam.
There are 3 course types:
Once you know what course(s) you want to take click to expand the calendar item(s) and copy the class ROSTER NUMBER(s) and then sign-up on eAYSO.org using these numbers directly.
If you need more help with signing up for training, please follow this link for detailed instructions.
Any questions? Please email the Referee Administrator at email@example.com.
Other nearby Regions and Areas also offer training. Please follow their instructions and RSVP so that they know the quantity of training material to order. Please remember that you are a guest when you take training in their region/area.
The Intermediate Referee and Advanced Referee training clinics are offered periodically by AYSO Area 2A (see the training calendar at http://www.ayso2a.org/calendar/calendar.php#August). The Advanced Referee and National Referee training clinics are offered July 17-19, 2009 at the Golden Gate Camp (http://www.section2.org/goldenga.htm) at Notre Dame de Namur in Belmont, and at the Ken Aston Referee Camp in Long Beach.