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1 AYSO Region 42 Newbury Park Referee Scheduling System and Mentoring Program

2 How to Access the Referee Self Scheduling System
Go straight to it OR… Go to the region 42 website Go to the “For Referees” drop-down menu Click on the “Self-Scheduling System” link

3 New Users Need To Register As The First Step
Know your AYSO Id Number before starting to register. Can get it when you login to eayso.org.

4 Enter Your Profile Information To Register
Youth < 18 years old Select the highest age group you are comfortable refereeing Note: U12 requires Intermediate badge U14 requires Advanced badge Enter your address to receive game reminders and other notifications Enter your Badge Level Select the team(s), if any, that you are representing and want “ref points” allocated to. If you select multiple teams, when you register for a game you can chose which team to allocate the points to. To select multiple teams, hold down shift or ctrl when you click. Enter your AYSO Id

5 Using The System: Log In
New Users: After receiving an indicating your account has been created, return to the login screen and login.

6 Click “My Schedule” to view a list of your game assignments
Administer Your Account All Users: Update AYSO Id in Profile each season You can always edit your profile by clicking the Profile button. Go here to enter your AYSO Id. Although we use a self-scheduling system, you can “block” dates/times to indicate that you CANNOT referee on those dates/times Click “My Schedule” to view a list of your game assignments

7 Search For Games To Referee
Use the filters (Division, Date, Time, Location, Field), then click the “View Records” button to search for games you may want to referee

8 Select Assignments That Fit Your Schedule
First, check the box next to “CR” to request to be the Center referee, or “AR” to be one of the Assistant Referees

9 Request A Mentor If Needed and Submit Game Request
After you’ve selected an assignment, the option to request a mentor will appear. Check the box if you want to request a mentor. Click “Make Request” to submit your game request

10 Game Request Now Entered Into The System

11 Assign Referee Points To Your Team
If you are refereeing for a team to get referee points, your team name will be listed under the games. If you are representing multiple teams, there will be a selection box under the games. Chose the team you are representing for that game If you make a mistake, you can change the team you are representing by going to “My Schedule”

12 Conclusion You’ll receive an when the game assignments you requested have been approved. You’ll receive a game assignment reminder one day before the assignment If you have any questions or issues, THANK YOU for volunteering…have a great time out there!

13 AYSO Region 42 2014/2015 Referee Mentoring Program
Slides For Basic Referee Clinics and /10

14 Referee Mentoring Program
Region 42 will again have a referee mentoring program this season comprised of: Coordinator (Joan Woods – Director of Referee Assessment) Experienced Referees (Intermediate, Advanced and National Referees/Candidates) who will work with new and existing referees to provide positive feedback to improve their refereeing skills and confidence. Intended for: New and existing Basic (Regional) Referees who want to improve their refereeing skills Intermediate Referee Candidates who are working toward their observation for Intermediate Certification Advanced Referee Candidates who are working toward their assessment for Advanced Certification

15 What Are The Benefits Of Using A Mentor?
For new and existing Basic (Regional) Referees Gives you support during those first few U10 games early in the season! Reinforces your good practices, provides friendly feedback for areas that could use improvement throughout the season A “live person” to ask all the questions that invariably come up after a game (as opposed to trying to look things up later in the Rules or the class books or online)

16 What Are The Benefits Of Using A Mentor?
For Intermediate Referee Candidates Constructive criticism to help you prepare for your observation A sounding board for questions about the nuances of play and refereeing An experienced mentor can help you take your game to the next level For Advanced Referee Candidates Mentoring ensures you are prepared for your assessment

17 Mentoring Program Specifics
To take advantage of the Mentoring Program: Sign up as Referee or Assistant Referee for any game and request a mentor who will observe your game

18 Mentoring Program Specifics
Here’s how to sign up as Referee or Assistant Referee for any game and request a mentor who will observe your game Sign up to referee a game (as CR or AR) with the on-line Referee Scheduler (http://www.cgisports.com/ref/2130/) at least a week prior to the game Put a check in the checkbox to request a mentor Before the game, a member of the mentor team will sign up in the on-line Referee Scheduler to mentor you (in some cases the mentor may sign up to AR the game) Check the Scheduler for your mentor’s assignment (their username will show up in the “M” field in the scheduler) The mentor will watch (or AR) the game and give you tips and feedback after the game

19 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Game with no assignments yet
Game Number Fields to request CR or AR game assignments Your ref points will apply to this team

20 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Requesting an AR assignment
Game Number Requesting an AR game assignment Can now also request a Mentor

21 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Requesting a Mentor
Game Number Mentor has now been requested

22 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Game Request Successfully Submitted

23 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Game Request Now In System
Game Number AR assignment has been requested (blue font). Note team number for ref points Mentor has been requested (green M)

24 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Game Request Approved
Game Number AR assignment has been approved (black font) Mentor has been requested (green M), but not yet filled (M field is blank)

25 On-line Referee Scheduler Example Mentor has signed up for your game
Game Number AR assignment has been approved (black font) Mentor has signed up for the game

26 Referee Mentoring Program Summary
Please take advantage of the Mentoring Program Use the Online Referee Scheduler Check the checkbox to request a mentor when signing up for your game. Check the Online Referee Scheduler for your mentor’s assignment within a few days of your request Allow an extra fifteen minutes after the game for discussion and feedback from your mentor


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