Refereeing: Instructor training program concluded
Class II of the Regional Instructors’ Continuing Training Program wrapped up its activities last Wednesday (7).Sponsored by CBF’s Refereeing Commission and theNational Football Referee School (ENAF in Portuguese), the meeting kicked off the 2018 refereeing programsseason with an unprecedented course load for this type ofprogram in Brazil. In all, 18 regional instructors spent 10 days at the Dr. João Havelange Training Center ofExcellence in Pinheiral, in Rio de Janeiro State.
The first time ever crash course fostered participants’training and professional development. With a wide range of theoretical and practical skills attained during this time, regional instructors will return to their state federationsfurther qualified to spread lessons learned to the new generation of referees and contribute to keeping Brazilianrefereeing with the same elevated standards.
Refereeing-related efforts in 2018 are only getting started.The following are some of the activities scheduled for theyear:
– 2018 SENAF (National Football Referee Draft)-licensingphysical and theoretical assessments and reassessments in each one of the 27 federations
– 2018 SENAF physical and theoretical complementaryand supporting assessments and reassessments in each oneof the 27 federations
– Standard Refereeing Training for 2018 SENAF members
– Professional development for Video and Field performance Analysts
– PRAB Program – Brazilian Refereeing RenewalProgram
– Video Referee, Video Assistant Referee and ProtocolSupervisor programs
– VI Football Refereeing Psychologists Summit
– Avaliação Física para Lista FIFA 2018
– 2018 FIFA List Physical Evaluation
– Bimonthly Meetings of CBF’s Refereeing Framework Members
– Meeting of the 27 federations’ Refereeing CommissionPresidents
– RAP Program for Elite, Up-and-coming and FemaleReferees, and for Physical Trainers and Referee Instructors