Northwest Peace Soccer Association - District
  Wednesday, October 18, 2017  
 
 
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If your Association is interested in hosting a Referee Clinic please complete the attached form

NWPSA Soccer Clinic Hosting Request Form

 

Approved Referee Clinics:

 

Clinic # 1143                                     Mini Course                             April 9-2017                      Fort St John  
Clinic # 1144                               Indoor Refresher                        April 28, 2017                       Fort St John  
Clinic # 1145                                  Entry Level                           April 29/30 2017                       Fort St John 

 

 

To Register for a course Click here:

 

Steps to Sign Up for an Introductory Referee Course

 Step 1 - Search for a course

  • Go to - www.refcentre.com/alberta
  • Enter a range of dates to search - Spring Courses start in March and continue to early May.
  • Fall courses are offered based on demand, between September and November.
  • Click the 'Search' button

  Step 2 - Select an appropriate course

  • Look for a 'Mini' or 'Entry Level' course that works for you.
  • If a course is 'Full', spaces may open up if a student cancels, so check back later.
  • If the course is 'pending', it will become available for registering once it has been approved by the district and the province - please check back in a couple of days.
  • Click the 'Register' link.

  Step 3 - Complete the profile information

  • Check the course details, to ensure that you have selected the course you wanted.
  • Enter ALL information for the student who will be taking the course.
  • Create a password for Refcentre - note, the user name will be your email address and the password must be unique for Refcentre. If you already have an account using the same email address (Mini account, another referee in the family etc.), you MUST use a different password at this time.
  • Keep a note of passwords for future reference, but they can also be retrieved by using the 'Forgot Password' link next to the Log In boxes.
  • Use a 'home' email address if possible, as your business email address may change at some point, and we will not be able to contact you if this happens.

  Step 4 - Approval for Course and Pre-course Work

  • Your application for the course will be approved by the host of the course once they have confirmed your status - payment etc. You will receive an email to the address that was used to register.
  • For a Mini course, there is no pre-course work, so once approved - you are ready to attend the course.
  • For an Entry Level course - there is some pre-course study to complete. See Step 5 for how to access this.
  • If you have any questions about your course, please contact the course host, who is listed on your main course page. See Step 5 for how to access this.

 Step 5 - Logging back In for pre-course work, confirming course status etc.

  • Once you are accepted into a course, you can log in at - www.refcentre.com/alberta - to complete any pre-course work etc.
  • Enter the email and password combination that you had previously chosen - into the log in box as shown. There is a 'forgot password' link there if you need it.
     
  • Once you have been graduated after the course, you will receive an email from Refcentre asking you to log in and complete a couple of final steps in the graduation process.

 



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