Accreditation Information

Referees play a vital role in Touch Football, ensuring our game is played in a fair, safe and enjoyable environment for all participants.

Becoming an accredited referee is an important step in ensuring that you are equipped with the knowledge of the Rules of the game, but also the latest on-field game information, and skills to manage and create a safe and enjoyable environment for all. It is also a great way to remain fit and active and participate in our game.

Touch Football Australia has a six-tier accreditation

Resources

Referee Coaching 

Polices and Frameworks

Medical

Additional Affiliate Resources can also be found in the Clubhouse section of the website

 

Course Information

Course Name

Duration and Format (approx)

Pre-Requisite

Course Outline

Level 1

4 Hours face to face Workshop

ASC Community Officiating General Principles  (requirement from September 2013)

 

L1-Participant Information Outline

Level 2

4 Hours face to face workshop
Pass Level 2 On-field Assessment

Level 1 Referee Accreditation
Level 2 Referee Course Pre-Course Home Study Rules Quiz
ASC Community Officiating General Principles  (if not previously completed)

L2-Participant Information Outline

Level 3

4.5 Hours face to face workshop
Pass Level 3 On-field Assessment

Level 2 Referee Accreditation for minimum 12 months.
ASC Community Officiating General Principles  (if not previously completed)

L3-Participant Information Outline


Courses are run by each State Office, for more information visit your local state website.

 

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