Bangkok, Thailand, January 31, 2020 – The official launch of the Referee Resource Centre, the FIVB’s ongoing commitment to referee education, has recently been prompted by the world’s volleyball-governing body for emerging referees.
The Referee Resource Centre is the FIVB’s on-line educational programs for referees, open to new and prospective referees with an interest in learning more about refereeing and the rules of the sport.
This new opportunity information, designed to support the referee community by providing access to the most up-to-date information about the Referee Programe, has been passed to national and international referees as well as Referee Commission Presidents to ensure maximum access to this important resource. Through the Referee Resource Centre, FIVB is seeking to unify refereeing around the globe and foster a greater understanding of the game.
Emerging referees can register now to have free access to the foundation level of the Referee Resource Centre by clicking the link below.
However, Referee Resource Content may be downloaded for self-improvement at the users discretion or available as a non-profit teaching aid to assist with the development of referees.
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AVC Youtube: click: Asian Volleyball Confederation
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