Training Class

It’s the first step on the road to a career in refereeing – the classroom.  The Association provides a ten-week New Entrants course in January and August which give a rigorous run-through of the Laws of the Game.

The team of instructors – Donnie Brooks, Michael Monaghan, Graham McNeillie, Craig Napier and Gerry Corrie – go through each of the laws and scenarios before an end-of-course exam which new entrants are required to pass to become a referee.

The training classes also provide up-and-coming referees wishing to progress higher in the game the chance to sit their Advanced Exam.  An Advanced Examination Certificate is a pre-requisite for all members wishing to officiate in Junior and Senior football.

In recent years, in a bid to widen the recruitment net, the Association has also held successful New Entrants courses in secondary schools, something which will continue.  And with recruitment levels rising, the Association is also keen to retain as many as these new members as possible, encouraging them to attend weekly training sessions and the monthly meetings.

This section features training class material which will be posted to aid new members taking part in the New Entrants course. Details of forthcoming courses and venues will appear in our News page.  Alternatively, you can contact Gary Hilland, the Association Secretary, via our Contact page.

Laws of the game multiple choice practice tests


Training

So, you’ve passed the course and want to work on your fitness.  Well, the Association training sessions are the perfect opportunity. Weekly training sessions are attended by members of all fitness levels and grades, from Category 1 referees to our newest members.  The sessions are taken by George Dunbar, Kenny Rodgers and  Michael Monaghan and are specially-designed to suit all levels of fitness. Members are encouraged to take them at their own pace and ability to ensure they get the most out of each and every session. Venues for training sessions are as follows:-

  • Tuesday evenings at Crownpoint Sports Centre, Crownpoint Road, Bridgeton 7pm start
  • Wednesday evenings at Williamwood High School, Waterfoot Road, Clarkston 7pm start
  • Wednesday evenings at Scotstoun Sports Complex, Danes Road, Scotstoun 7pm start

Additionally, between the months of June and August at Lochinch Playing Fields, Pollok Country Park at 7pm. Any changes to venues/times will be reported as usual via our News page.


Homework – Laws 1-4

LAW 1-4a 

LAW 5-10Q       LAW 5-10a
Questions on Law 13 – 17 Answers to Questions on Law 13-17
LAW 11QLAW 12Q – LAW 11a – LAW 12a

Training Class Material

Reports Match Incident Report Form

Misconduct Caution Report Form Official

Misconduct Report Form

Players Red Card Misconduct Report

Players Red Card B7

Players Red Card B6

Players Red Card B5

Players Red Card B4

Players Red Card B3

Players Red Card B2

Players Red Card B1

Players Red Card A7

Players Red Card A6

PlayersRed Card A6 (2)

Players Red Card A5

DOGSO Players Red Card A4

DGOSO ( HB) Players Red Card A3

SPIT Players Red Card A2(2)

VC Players Red Card A2 VCPlayersRed Card A1

SFP Official Misconduct Complete Form Match Incident Complete Form

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