Courses

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Referee Courses 
Full Referee includes:
Regular Tuesday Night Tutoring
Duration: 1 1/2 hours on Tuesday evenings
Purpose: Training programmes for all levels from 1st year through to Premier
Topics: All topics associated with refereeing

Fortnightly Training Agenda and Notes 
Associate Referee includes:
Duration: 2 hours
Contact: Mid-Canterbury Rugby Union for venues and dates
Purpose: Basic introduction to enable participants to referee lower grade games
Topics: Briefly covers The Role of the Referee, Whistle! Signals! Verbals!, Kick Offs, Tackle, Advantage, Ruck and Maul, Scrum, Lineout, Open Field, Goal Line Area and Touchdown, Rugbysmart.

Club Referee
Duration: Day Session
Purpose: For People who would like to Referee or AR but also want to have involvement in their local Club. Club Referees are appointed to fixtures at their Clubs
Topics: Briefly covers The Role of the Referee, Whistle! Signals! Verbals!, Kick Offs, Tackle, Advantage, Ruck and Maul, Scrum, Lineout, Open Field, Goal Line Area and Touchdown, Rugbysmart.

You Make the Call 
Duration: 3 days – 5 hours each day
By arrangement
Purpose: Introduction of senior secondary students to Rugby Refereeing at Junior or Beginner level
Benefits: The course content is NZQA approved and provides the opportunity for participants to obtain credits towards unit standards on the National qualifications framework. It is the first stage in the Rugby Refereeing training and development pathway

Topics: 13 Modules including The Role of the Referee, Fixture Organisation, Whistle! Signal! Verbals!, Where Do I Stand?, The Kicks Of Rugby, Tackle, Scrum, Ruck and Maul, Lineout, Offside and Onside in General Play, Foul Play, Advantage –Free Kicks and Penalty Kicks, Touch Judging, Method of Scoring – In-Goal, Rugbysmart

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