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Department of Sport and Recreation. PREPARATION for Officials . Accreditation. Are you sufficiently qualified and accredited for the level of game/event you wish to officiate? Contact your sports organisation to verify your level

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Department of sport and recreation

Department of Sport and Recreation

PREPARATION

for

Officials


Accreditation
Accreditation

  • Are you sufficiently qualified and accredited for the level of game/event you wish to officiate?

  • Contact your sports organisation to verify your level

  • Determine methods to increase your level of accreditation and career pathway


Pre season
Pre Season

  • When does your season commence?

    • Verify with the local organising body

  • Conversant with any rule changes

  • Do you need to undertake a fitness regime?

  • Do you require to pass a fitness or theory test to officiate in your sport?


Your appointment
Your Appointment

  • Have you received notification of your next appointment?

    • Confirm your availability

    • Who are the competing teams

    • What is the level of competition

    • Where is the venue

    • When do I need to be at the venue


On the day
On The Day

Food Intake – Hydration, energy foods (carbohydrates) allow time for digestion

Make sure your uniform and equipment are ready

Prepare - mental approach

Allow for travel time and arrive early

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”

Aristotle


Before the game
Before The Game

  • Are you fit enough, no injuries?

  • Pre game preparation

    • Your routine

    • Rituals

    • Administration, team lists, scrutineering

    • Pre game disruptions

    • Warm up


Psychological preparation
Psychological Preparation

Mental preparation, concentration and confidence are critical to good officiating

They should include:

  • Warm up

  • Game strategy – knowledge of competitors

  • Flow – speed of game/competitors/your positioning

  • Imagery – awareness, what if?

  • Selective attention - focus


After the event
After The Event

  • If of a physical nature, remember to warm down

  • Re-hydrate

  • Finalise result sheets/match cards

  • Game or incident reports to be filed

  • Self analysis


6 p s to preparation
6 P’s to Preparation

Prior

Planning and

Preparation

Prevents

Poor

Performance


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