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1 June 14, 2014 Orientation 11 Contra Costa Football Officials Association New Officials Training Session No. 1 Orientation

2 June 14, 2014 Orientation 2 Welcome  Sign In  Introductions  Trainers (Bert Michalczyk, Rich Rose, others throughout the class)  Self Introductions of Class  Reflections by Second Year Officials

3 June 14, 2014 Orientation 3 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule – Bert  CCFOA and Other Organizations - Rich  How much is all this going to cost me? - Bert  How do I get Games? - Rich  The Uniform - Bert  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys - Bert  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations - Rich

4 June 14, 2014 Orientation 4 New Officials Training Program  Purpose  Prepare you Mentally  Prepare you Physically  Get you to Look the Part  Develop your Confidence

5 June 14, 2014 Orientation 5 New Officials Training Program  Session 1 – Orientation (Today)  Session 2 – Dead Ball / Live Ball / Timing (June 21)  St. Mary’s Scrimmages – Observation only (June 25 & 29)  Session 3 – Pre-Snap – Formations / Shift / Motion (July 19)  Session 4 – Blocking and Passing (July 26)  Session 5 – Chain work and downs (Aug 2)  Controlled Scrimmages - (Tent. Aug 6 & 7)  (6) CCFOA Clinic – Kicking and 2 & 3 Person Mechanics (Aug 17)  Scrimmages as assigned – (Weekends of Aug 23 and 30)  First week of Games – (September 6)  Session 7 – Simplified Penalty Enforcement (Sept 21)  Session 8 – TBD Open Session (Oct 5)  Session 9 – TBD Open Session (Oct 26)  Observation & Evaluation Process

6 June 14, 2014 Orientation 6 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations - Rich  How much is all this going to cost me?  How do I get Games?  The Uniform  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations

7 June 14, 2014 Orientation 7 Organizations above CCFOA  National Federation of High Schools (NFHS)  Writes the Rule Books; Interprets Rules  California Interscholastic Federation  Supplements NFHS Rule Interpretations  State Governing Body  North Coast Section  Local Governing Body  National Association of Sports Officials (NASO)  Referee Magazine  Source of Insurance (paid for by CCFOA via Dues)  Publishes many books

8 June 14, 2014 Orientation 8 What is CCFOA?  Contra Costa Football Officials Association  History  Schools and Programs Covered  Member Achievements  Website ccfoa.com

9 June 14, 2014 Orientation 9 Being a Member in Good Standing  Pay Dues ($101 for Rookie Officials) – covers:  NFHS Rule and Case books  Liability Insurance  PAYABLE NEXT MEETING  Attend CCFOA Clinic and In Season Meetings  Pass Certification Exam (Waived for Rookie Officials)  Maintain Acceptable Ratings

10 June 14, 2014 Orientation 10 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations  How much is all this going to cost me? - Bert  How do I get Games?  The Uniform  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations

11 June 14, 2014 Orientation 11 How Much do I get Paid and How?  2013 (may vary slightly for 2014):  Scouts / Jr PW / PW$ 56  Jr Mid / Midget $ 58  Frosh $ 60 (Really $55 + $5)  JV $ 61  Varsity $ 76  Most Youth on site by check  High School and some youth  Contra Costa Assignors via RefPay  You will be paid mid season and at end

12 June 14, 2014 Orientation 12 The Economics of Officiating  Income (Reasonable expectation for a Rookie)  $1,925 (Avg. 3.5 $55/game; 10 weeks)  Expenses (First Year)  $250 Uniform  $100 CCFOA Dues & Insurance  $350 Gas / Mileage  $700 Total Expenses  NET = $ 1,225 +/-

13 June 14, 2014 Orientation 13 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations  How much is all this going to cost me?  How do I get Games? – Rich  The Uniform  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations

14 June 14, 2014 Orientation 14 How do I get Games?  Games are assigned by Contra Costa Assignors  Dave Cutaia, Ken Leffle, Dale Newhouse  Arbitersports.com  Website for electronic assigning  Key to getting games  Be available, be available, be available…oh, and be available  Expectations  Vast Majority will be Youth & Frosh  Occasional JV Game  Rare Varsity Game

15 June 14, 2014 Orientation 15 General Game Schedules  Thursday  Mid to late afternoon freshman games  Friday  JV / Varsity Double headers (4:30 / 7:00) +/-  Saturday - Youth +/-  Scouts 8:30  Jr Pee Wee / Pee Wee 10:00 / 12:00  Jr. Midget / Midget 2:00 / 4:00  But always exceptions – check your assignments often and carefully

16 June 14, 2014 Orientation 16 Today’s Agenda Topics  The New Man Training Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations  How much is all this going to cost me?  How do I get Games?  The Uniform - Bert  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations

17 June 14, 2014 Orientation 17 The Uniform, Equipment and Appearance  Normal Uniform - Entire Crew Must be Dressed alike  NHFS striped (short or long sleeve depending on weather)  Black Pants  Black Belt  Black Shoes  Black Socks  Black Undershirt  Black Piped Hat (White for Referee)  Hot Weather  Black Shorts (Knee length)  Black crew socks (mid-calf)

18 June 14, 2014 Orientation 18 The Uniform, Equipment & Appearance (cont)  Whistle (Black with pea) and Lanyard  Down Indicators for Wrists (2)  Gold Penalty Flag (Weighted)  Two White Bean Bags (For Back Judge one is blue)  “Clip” (Head Lines for Chains)  Watch with count down timer  Game Card and Writing Instrument  Black “Belt” Towel (Umpire for wet days)  Spare whistle in left front pocket  Coin to Flip (Referee but…)

19 June 14, 2014 Orientation 19 The Uniform, Equipment & Appearance (cont)  Uniform to be clean and wrinkle free  Shoes shined  Come to game looking sharp – not like you just rolled out of bed  No jewelry except a wedding band  Sunglasses, if non-prescription, frowned on  Facial Hair - Your choice but….

20 June 14, 2014 Orientation 20 Uniform and Equipment (cont)  Where do I get my gear?  Your Choice – CCFOA does not endorse  On line, mail order  One supplier (Honig’s) will be at August All-day Clinic or online at: 

21 June 14, 2014 Orientation 21 Coming Dressed vs. Dressing at Site  Youth – Come Dressed  Frosh – Come Dressed  JV – Generally dress at site  Varsity – Generally dress at Site  Do NOT be dressing in the parking lot

22 June 14, 2014 Orientation 22 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations  How much is all this going to cost me?  How do I get Games?  The Uniform  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys - Bert  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations

23 June 14, 2014 Orientation 23 Rules, Mechanics, Keys  Rules = The Laws of the Game (as supplemented by interpretations in the Case Book)  Mechanics = Where you are on the field and what you do in various situations  Keys = What each position looks for and at

24 June 14, 2014 Orientation 24 Intro to Rules and Mechanics  Rule Book – 10 Sections  Read Rule 2, Read Rule 2, Read Rule 2  Definitions are the key to clear communication  “A” = Offense  “B” = Defense  “K” = Kickers  “R” = Receivers  Case Book – Interprets Rule Book  Simplified and Illustrated – spend a LOT of time there  Mechanics Book – Where you are on the field, what are your keys, what is your coverage area

25 June 14, 2014 Orientation 25 The Crew  CCFOA Standards:  Varsity = 5 person  JV / Frosh / Older Youth = 4 person  Younger Youth = 3 person  Scouts = 2 person  The Positions:  Referee  (Head) Linesman  Umpire  Line Judge (4 and 5 Only)  Back Judge (5 only)  You will be assigned a position – it is NOT first come first served or decided on the field

26 June 14, 2014 Orientation 26 Referee  Ultimate authority for game  Offensive backfield  Play in the backfield  Administers Penalties  Controls timing

27 June 14, 2014 Orientation 27 Linesman  On line of scrimmage  On side with chains  High School = Visitors  Youth = Home  Responsible for line of scrimmage  Responsible for managing chains  Down field coverage on long plays and passes

28 June 14, 2014 Orientation 28 Umpire  About 6 yards on B side of ball  Responsible for player equipment  Line play  Spotting the ball

29 June 14, 2014 Orientation 29 Line Judge  Opposite Head Linesman  Responsible for line of scrimmage  Responsible for accuracy of timing  Down field coverage on long plays and passes  Back with receiver on punts

30 June 14, 2014 Orientation 30 Pregame Duties  Check and accept you assignments daily  Arrival – AT LEAST:  Youth – 20 to 30 min. before scheduled kickoff  Frosh – 30 Minutes  JV – 45 to 60 minutes  Varsity – 60 minutes  Expect a pregame conference led by the Referee

31 June 14, 2014 Orientation 31 Pregame Duties (4 Man)  All:  Check the field for safety issues  Umpire  Accompany Referee to conferences with coaches  Rule on legality of player equipment  Linesman  Secure and Instruct Chain Crew  Line Judge  Instruct Clock Operator  Secure Game Balls

32 June 14, 2014 Orientation 32 Coin Toss (4 man)  5 minutes call for captains; 3 minutes walk out  Referee and LJ (in HS, L in youth) accompany home team  Umpire and L (or LJ) accompany visitors  Referee will face the clock  Have spokesman next to Referee  Only Umpire and Referee continue to mid-field  Flanks stay at the numbers to keep team back  Come together after toss to record information  Move to kickoff positions

33 June 14, 2014 Orientation 33 Today’s Agenda Topics  New Official Training Purpose & Schedule  CCFOA and Other Organizations  How much is all this going to cost me?  How do I get Games?  The Uniform  Intro to Rules, Mechanics and Keys  Professionalism, Ethics and Expectations - Rich

34 June 14, 2014 Orientation 34 Professionalism  What does this mean to you?  Look the part – You are judged from the moment you take the field  Clean uniform worn properly  Personal Appearance  Physical Conditioning  Act the part (Businesslike, Approachable, Not over friendly, Don’t clown around)  Use of Alcohol (None on game day; in light moderation night before game)  No gum, no tobacco  Snack Shacks – You are owed ZERO freebies  Someone is always watching you

35 June 14, 2014 Orientation 35 Expectations from your Fellow officials  Be punctual  Be prepared  Know “Rookie Rules”  Know “Rookie Mechanics”  Come fully equipped  Leave the ego in the car  Listen to advice – you will get a lot of it  Don’t be over sensitive  Communicate  Hustle, Hustle, Hustle

36 June 14, 2014 Orientation 36 Wrap up  Review Questions?  Next Meeting  Time 0830  Saturday June 21, 2014  Dublin  Adjourn


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