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Referee Assessor © AYSO 2006. Course Goals Understand Objectives of Assessment Understand Advisor Program Preparing for an Assessment Use of Assessor.

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1 Referee Assessor © AYSO 2006

2 Course Goals Understand Objectives of Assessment Understand Advisor Program Preparing for an Assessment Use of Assessor Forms Observing Games for Assessment Properly Delivering Assessment Results © AYSO 2006

3 Purpose of Assessor Program Improve level of officiating in AYSO Encourage referees to expand knowledge Motivate referees to improve skills Improve referee retention Reward AYSO service © AYSO 2006

4 Referee Assessor Forms © AYSO 2006

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7 This is the only required form. Completed by candidate Completed by assessor

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10 AYSO Assessment Feedback Form National Referee Program Revision 8/08 It is requested that each referee who has received an assessment provide feedback on the quality of the assessment by completing this form. Please print your comments and forward the completed form to the AYSO National Support & Training Center, Attn Officiating Dept S. Isis Ave, Hawthorne, CA Name of Assessor ___________________ Section ____ Area ____ Region ____ Date of Assessment _____________________ For what level were you being assessed? Advanced National Service (Circle One) Who assigned your assessor? _____________________________________________ Was the assessment a positive experience? Yes ____ No ____ Were the Assessor’s comments consistent with your training? Yes __ No __ Would you welcome another assessment by this assessor? Yes ____ No __ What could the assessor have done differently to improve the assessment process or assessment feedback:_____________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Additional Comments:____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ Optional Information (will be kept confidential) Referee’s Name _________________________________ Region No. ______ Address _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ _ Telephone Number ______________ E-mai l____________________ National Referee Program Revision 8/08

11 © AYSO 2006 Double-sided form: one side for each half

12 AR 1 AR 2 R Trip R R

13 AR 1 AR 2 R Trip R R R R R R R R R R R Hold Handling Push Trip R R R B1406 Blue B1421 Red #2 10 th #10 22 d #4 9th #25 35th 2-2 B. A Goodwin I. B. Ref 6/5/0X U14B 6 I. M. Two U. R. One Good Position General positioning Closer to play Little help OS Missed 10th Communications with AR’s Use of Whistle Off diagonal when needed Anticipating play R

14 © AYSO 2006 Observing the Referee COURAGE CONSISTENCY CHARACTER

15 © AYSO 2006 NumberRefereeAssistant Referee 1Appearance 2Pregame 3Fitness 4Attitude 5Courage, Character, and Consistency 6Positioning, Mechanics, and Signals 7Accuracy of Decision Assisting: Offside, Goal line, and Touch line 8Game ControlAssistance: Fouls and Misconduct Assessment Keys

16 © AYSO 2006 Performance Expectation INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED NATIONAL Games/level U12 U14 U16-U19 Assessment

17 The referee is consistently sprinting down the field to catch up with play. Three or four times in each half he dashes down to one goal line only to find the ball, and play, going back the other direction. Toward the end of each half you see the referee tiring from all the running. Several fouls, as perceived by the assessor, are not called by the referee and frustration is apparent on the players’ faces. SCENARIO 1 © AYSO 2006

18 The referee is obviously not observing his assistant referees. Several times in each half the assistant referee raised his flag for an offside, but the referee failed to notice the flag. On the few occasions he did recognize the assistant referee, the referee blew the whistle but did not raise his arm. SCENARIO 2 © AYSO 2006

19 The game is going strong and play on both sides is fast and very spirited. Several times the referee yells “play-on” when players collide and fall to the ground. You notice the coaches getting anxious and one or two parents are asking when the referee is going to stop the game. The players seem to be concentrating on the game and get up soon after they fall. SCENARIO 3 © AYSO 2006

20 The assessor notices the referee taking several seconds to indicate the direction the free kick should be taken. After each whistle for an apparent foul, anywhere from 6 to 9 seconds pass before the referee points one direction or the other. You see him talking to the players who seem to be hesitating before taking up their positions. The spectators are getting restless and the coaches look confused. SCENARIO 4 © AYSO 2006

21 “When performing my duties as a Referee Assessor I will evaluate referees based upon the standards established, approved and set forth by the AYSO National Referee Program. My assessment will take into account the referee performance I am witnessing only and I will endeavor, to the best of my ability to not be influenced by my own biases and expectations or the views of others.” The AYSO Referee Assessor’s Creed: © AYSO 2006


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