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  • L1 2 Mod 1 Administration

    1. 1. Level 1-2 Field Lacrosse Referee Clinic February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 1
    2. 2. Module #1 National Officiating Certification & Game Administration February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 2
    3. 3. What We Will Cover in This Module  National Officiating Certification Program  Provincial Specific Administration Guidelines  Provincial Organization Chart  League Fees/Mileage Rates & Payment Guidelines  Effective Report Writing  Pre Game Duties  Post Game Duties February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 3
    4. 4. National Officiating Certification Program  Referees are certified by the Province and assigned a Level according to set criteria  Five levels of officials  Progression through the levels is achieved by a combination of  Practical experience (both playing and officiating)  Attendance at a clinic  Attained a passing grade on an exam  Favourable supervision and evaluations February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 4
    5. 5. National Officiating Certification Program Level 1 Attendance at a Level 1-2 Clinic Must attain a score of 50% on a written exam Should gain experience in high school and all levels of youth lacrosse February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 5
    6. 6. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 2 Attendance at a Level 1-2 Clinic Must attain a score of 70% on a written exam Has completed at least one year of officiating Capable of officiating at all levels of Provincial levels of play February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 6
    7. 7. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 2 The completion of two favourable assessments by two Provincially accredited evaluators Must have as a minimum, a presentable warm weather referees uniform and equipment as outlined in the CLA Referee Uniform Policy February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 7
    8. 8. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 3  Attendance at a Level 3 Clinic  Must attain a score of 80% on a written exam  Must have officiated at a Field Lacrosse Provincial Championships  Officiating experience must have included working as a CBO in upper level games  Capable of assuming a supervisory/ instructional role  Capable of officiating at a National Field Lacrosse Championship  The completion of two favourable assessments by two Provincially/Nationally accredited evaluators February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 8
    9. 9. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 3 You will be required to display a level of fitness that is consistent with refereeing at a Provincial Championships. Must have a full and presentable referees uniform and equipment as outlined in the CLA Referee Uniform Policy Attendance at a Level 3 clinic will be by invitation of the PMA RIC only February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 9
    10. 10. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 4  Attendance at a Level 4-5 Clinic  Must attain a score of 90% on an exam  Must have officiated at a National Field Lacrosse Championship  Officiating experience must have included working as a CBO in upper level Championship games  Capable of officiating international field lacrosse events  Must have assumed a supervisory/instructional role  The completion of two favourable assessments by two Provincially/Nationally accredited evaluators February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 10
    11. 11. National Officiating Certification Program  Level 4 You will be required to display a level of fitness that is consistent with refereeing at a National Championships. Must have a full and presentable referees uniform and equipment as outlined in the CLA Referee Uniform Policy Attendance at a Level 4 clinic will be by invitation of the PMA RIC only February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 11
    12. 12. National Officiating Certification Program Level 5 You will be required to display a level of fitness that is consistent with refereeing at a National and International competitions. Must have a full and presentable referees uniform and equipment as outlined in the CLA Referee Uniform Policy Attendance at a Level 5 clinic will be by invitation of the PMA RIC only Must have officiated at an ILF World Championship February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 12
    13. 13. National Officiating Certification Program  Any official who has been inactive for a period of two years or more, and returns to the game, will be returned one level below that at which they left  Any official who has been inactive for a period of five years or more, and returns to the game, will be returned two levels below that at which they left  Officials, who wish to transfer to another Provincial Member Association, must first have the approval of the two PMA Referee In Chief’s February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 13
    14. 14. Provincial Administration Guidelines  Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association  2205 Victoria Ave  Regina S4P 0S4  306-780-9216  Email: sasklacrosse@sasktel.net  website: www.sasklacrosse.net  CLA website: www.lacrosse.ca February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 14
    15. 15. Provincial Administration Guidelines  Referee Fees League Game Fee Tyke and Youth 7’s $12.50 Intermediate and $15 Junior 7’s Intermediate and $25 Junior 10’s Provincial $25 Championships February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 15
    16. 16. Questions Name two things that differentiate a level 1 referee from a level 2 referee. What happens to your level if you return to reffing after being away for two years? February 2007 Module #1 NOCP & Game Administration - CLA 16

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