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2013-2014 Junior Coaches Officiating Training. Introduction. Officiating is an integral part of the sport Junior Players should learn and experience the officiating aspect Teaching junior players how to officiate the game increases understanding of the sport and respect for officials

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2013 2014 junior coaches officiating training

2013-2014Junior Coaches Officiating Training


Introduction

Introduction

  • Officiating is an integral part of the sport

  • Junior Players should learn and experience the officiating aspect

  • Teaching junior players how to officiate the game increases understanding of the sport and respect for officials

    Objectives of the Officiating Training Program

  • To provide junior players and coaches the opportunity to learn and experience officiating

  • To provide a uniform and defined method for training and certifying junior officials

  • To develop junior officials in an easier and more effective process for both the club and the Region


Junior officiating abc s

Junior Officiating ABC’s

  • 14 and Under teams, the head or assistant coach is always the 1st Referee

  • 15 and Older teams, the head or assistant coach is always court side

  • Coaches required to take the online clinics for 1st & 2nd Referee, Scorer, Line Judge

  • Player online clinics for 13 and under age: 2nd Referee, Scorer, Line judge

  • Player online clinics for 14 and above age: 1st & 2nd Referee, Scorer, Line Judge

  • NEW THIS YEARAdult 2nd Referee at all national events (Qualifiers, Bid Events, Nationals)


Certification requirements

Certification Requirements

  • Complete appropriate online Clinic

  • Be evaluated for the position1st Referee, 2nd Referee, Scorer

    • Scorers should be evaluated on a deciding set situation (Court Change)

  • Paperwork submitted to Area Trainer

    • Completed Evaluation Sheet

    • Attach Score Sheet for Scorers

  • Area Trainer will set member status on HOAonline


Credentials

Credentials

  • Credential Required to Participate

  • Coach credential required to sit on the bench

  • Parent credential required to be on court(shagging balls; assisting at Scorer Table)


Requirements for credentials

Requirements for Credentials

  • Coaches

    • Registered USAV Member

    • Passed background screen

    • Completed IMPACT

    • Completed Online Coaches Clinic

  • Parents

    • Registered USAV Member

    • Passed background screen

  • Credentials will be mailed to the club from HOA Office regularly


Credential checking

Credential Checking

  • At all HOA events using paid officials

    • Photo ID and credential will be checked at every match during warm-ups

    • Both playing & officiating coaches checked

    • Coaches may not participate without both

    • Sanction will be applied as specified in the current Club Director's Packet and also playing rules as posted on HOA web site

  • At all other HOA events

    • WeR1 Cadre and Tournament Directors may check at any time


Coaches officiating duties

Coaches Officiating Duties

  • Coaches must be an active member during team officiating assignments

    • As 1st, 2nd referee, LJ or at Scorer Table

    • Coaches are expected to focus on the match and their team members

    • For all 14U teams, any adult member on the roster that is credentialed as a COACH must be the 1st refereeRegardless of Age Level of Tournament

  • Teams officiating without a COACH are sanctioned in their next match

    • Opponents are awarded 5 points at the start of each set of the next match


Dcr 9 2 4 page 36

DCR 9.2.4 – Page 36

  • *9.2.4 It is a fault, during reception of service, to make a double contact or catch using overhand finger action.

  • NOTICE * and footnote

  • * The application of this rule (9.2.4) has been postponed following the Board of Administration decision of April 5, 2013.

  • BOTTOM LINEThis rule is not to be enforceduntil further notice


Fan behavior

Fan Behavior

  • Coaches are responsible for the behavior of their fans/parents

  • HOA has a sanctioning scale for fan behavior issues

  • Tell coach of disruptive behaviorDelay Sanction

  • Suggest coach have fan leave gymDelay Penalty

  • Suspend playDefault the match from this pointDCR 6.4.3


Protests

Protests

  • Coaches have the right to protest any interpretation or application of the rules

  • Coaches may not protest judgment calls

  • If a protest is properly filed, play must be suspended until the issue is resolved

    Protest Resolution

    • Officiating Coach and Playing Coaches consult DCR for rule

    • Site/Tournament Protest Committee

    • WeR1 cadre if present

    • Contact On-Call Official


Wer1 cadre

WeR1 Cadre

  • Part of the HOA Officials Commission

  • HOA selected officials

  • Serve as junior officials mentors

  • Provide guidance in proper officiating techniques for both referees and scorers

  • Coaches need to allow WeR1 cadre members to instruct both coaches and players

  • Act as member of Protest Committee if requested


Other resources

Other Resources

  • VRT (Online volleyball referee training)

    https://www.volleyballreftraining.com

  • HOA web site

    http://www.hoavb.org

  • HOA Officials Chair (Ric Washburn)

    [email protected]

    • Questions about uniforms

    • Questions about officiating

    • Unusual issues or circumstances

    • OUTSTANDING Officials (SNAPS & KUDOS)Jr Player Officials or Officiating Teams


Junior first referee evaluation

Junior First Referee Evaluation

  • Pre-match Duties

  • Appearance & Attitude

  • Teamwork

  • Judgment/Focus/Awareness

  • Techniques & Mechanics

  • Ball Handling

  • Play at the Net


Junior second referee evaluation

Junior Second Referee Evaluation

  • Pre-match Duties

  • Appearance & Attitude

  • Teamwork

  • Judgment/Focus/Awareness

  • Techniques & Mechanics

  • Play at the Net


Junior scorer evaluation

Junior Scorer Evaluation

  • Pre-match/Pre-set Duties

  • Appearance & Attitude

  • Teamwork

  • Focus and Awareness

  • Scoring the Set

  • End of Set

  • End of Match


Questions open discussion

QuestionsOpen Discussion


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