ACCREDITATION LEVELS

Touch Football (Australia) has a six-tier accreditation system. Becoming an accredited referee is an important step in ensuring you are equipped with the knowledge of the rules of the game and skills to manage and create a safe and enjoyable environment for all. It is also a great way for you to create goals to work towards while you stay fit to participate in the game.

 

Referee Accreditation Upgrade Requirements

Certification Level Face-to-Face Course Duration Minimum Age Prerequisite
Foundation
[Level 1]
4 Hrs 12 yrs Online course component (via The NEST)

ASC Community Officiating General Principals

Talent
[Level 2]
4.5 Hrs 13 yrs Min. 6 months at Level 1

Online course component (via The NEST)

ASC Community Officiating General Principals

Talent
[Level 3]
4.5 Hrs 13 yrs Min. 12 months at level 2

Online course component (via The NEST)

ASC Community Officiating General Principals

Elite
[Level 4]
N/A 14 yrs Min. 12 months at level 3
Elite
[Level 5]
N/A 15 yrs Min. 12 months at level 4
Mastery
[Level 6]
N/A 16 yrs Min. 12 months at level 5