Presentation on theme: "SAOA Basketball All Officials Clinic Monday, October 14, 2013 Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen. -Michael."— Presentation transcript:
SAOA Basketball All Officials Clinic Monday, October 14, 2013 Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen. -Michael Jordan
Operations and Business Model Communication firstname.lastname@example.org OR BAllen22@nc.rr.com OR Call Cell: (910) 608-2525
Operations and Business Model Communication Preferred mode of contact is email – but calls are welcome; Deadlines are VERY IMPORTANT! If you have to cancel an assignment within 48 yours, you MUST call and speak to Brad; If there is a major incident in your game, call/text or email as soon as possible! Remember reporting requirements for DQ/Ejection per NCHSAA.
Operations and Business Model – The Arbiter and Assignments It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that the Arbiter is updated: All contact info, SSN, closeout dates/times; Assignments will be made and published approximately every two weeks, beginning around November 1; If you decline an assignment, provide reason; Checks will be issued approximately every two weeks; Failure to respond within 48 hours will result in games being re-assigned.
We Need Officials That Are ABLE! ReliABLE DependABLE AvailABLE KnowledgABLE TeachABLE CapABLE ApproachABLE
In order to receive credit for a local clinic, an official must attend the full meeting. Officials arriving fifteen (15) minutes or more late or leaving fifteen (15) minutes or more early WILL NOT quality for clinic credit; Officials are welcome to attend any clinic area of their choice and may make up clinics in any area; HOWEVER, each clinic will follow the same content outline during the year. An official WILL NOT receive credit for more than one local clinic in the same content week; November 3 will be Mechanics Clinic for all.
Referee will coordinate arrival at game site with crew at least 48 hours in advance (Arrival is minimum 30 minutes prior to game – Referee sets time); Business casual attire is the minimum standard for arrival at school – no jeans, shorts, warm-up suits, etc.; For a Varsity assignment, DO NOT wear uniform to game site;
Game Day Protocols Uniform may be worn to game site for Sub-Varsity assignments, but should NOT be worn in the stands following the game; Notify home team management upon arrival; Referee will implement effective pre-game conference with other officials; KEEP YOUR UNIFORM IN YOUR CAR!
Gray Shirt (Including Approved Side Panel Shirt) – All Dressed Alike; Flag is Optional for Each Official; Jacket – Black w/NCHSAA logo – All Alike; Shoes = Predominantly Black; Socks = Entirely Black; Smitty or Lanyard – All Alike; Reminder on Facial Hair.
Video Review and Observations It is a meaningful and important element of an effective training program to include review of actual game situations; HUDL and school submissions will be used to develop video products that highlight effective officiating, as well as teachable moments; Based upon YOUR input, observation program revised; We must all be willing to learn from our mistakes!
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