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PREPARATION
for
Officials
Department of
Sport and Recreation
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
• 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
• 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
• 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
• Are you fit enough, no injuries?
• Pre game preparation
Your routine
Rituals
Administration, team lists, scrutineering
Pre game disruptions
Warm up
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
• 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
Prior
Planning and
Preparation
Prevents
Poor
Performance
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