• Use the drop down menus to enter the required information. You will need to confirm with the match officials that the email we have listed is accurate. If it isn't correct, follow the directions on the next page.
• There is a section provided where you can enter details of any referee information that is missing or incorrect, along with the corrected details - or - refer it to the TOD for correction and followup.
• The league/event you are working with may inform you whether or not you are to use the sections involving Positives and Areas to Work On. If there is no direction given, the decision as to whether these are used, will be left to the discretion of the referee coach.
• If you are observing a 2PO game, omit references to Referee_C
Core Competencies (notes):
In the following section, the official's performance in these categories is rated:
Fouls (Selection & Accuracy/Consistency) Violations (Selection & Accuracy/Consistency) Mechanics (Position/Coverage/Teamwork)Communications (Signals/Verbal/With teams/With partner/s) Presentation (Attitude/Appearance/Fitness/Body Language)
A five point scale is used:
5: A very strong performance (Referee was challenged and performed exceptionally well)
4: A strong performance (Referee was rarely challenged and performed well)
3: At the game standard (Average game at this level, referee was rarely challenged; a satisfactory performance)
2: Sometimes inconsistent; more development and experience required. (Occasionally below game standard)
1: Below standard; improvement needed (Did not perform to expectation)
Overall Performance Rating (out of 5)
The overall rating referee coaches give, should reflect the core competencies total (Calculated above). The value you select should come from the available range. Referee coaches are requested to refer to the following guide when assessing a referee's Overall Performance Rating. This is done by selecting a value in the range indicated, based on their total.
NOTE: There are deliberate overlaps in the ranges to allow a degree of discretion to be used by the Referee Coach in selecting the Overall Performance Total.
These relate to how you feel the offical handled the game in terms of the areas highlighted. It relates to their 'feel for the game' and how they responded to any control issues that may have surfaced.
There are three areas for each official.
Disciplinary Control, Technical Control, Rule Knowledge and Application. Indicate whether you consider each to be:
Satisfactory: You saw evidence that the official generally displayed the ability to deal with a disicipline, technical or rule issue when it arose.
Unsatisfactory: You saw evidence that the official generally did not display the ability to deal with a disicipline, technical or rule issue when it arose.
Not Tested: There were no disicipline, technical or rule issues on which to make a statement.
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