Walking Football Referee Workshop
Kent FA are delighted to host a Refereeing Walking Football Workshop. Attendance at this workshop will equip learners with the key skills and knowledge to be able to Referee Walking Football safely and effectively.
Learners will understand the key elements of refereeing walking football, the differences between Walking Football and 'mainstream' Football and will have demonstrated that they can apply the Laws of Walking Football effectively.
The workshop will benefit both qualified referees and walking football players who are interested in doing some refereeing.
Pre-workshop, learners are required to watch a selection of match clips to familiarise themselves with the key elements of walking football. Learners will also be asked to review the 'Laws of Walking Football Made Simple'.
During the face to face element, there is a mixture of theory and practical activity. Learners will; a) consider the skills, knowledge and attributes required of an effective walking football referee, b) discuss the key differences between walking football and 'mainstream' Football and c) have a go at refereeing walking football. Learners will also be required to play walking football on the course, essential if they are to better understand the game.
This workshop will be held on Tuesday 23rd April, 6:30-9pm at Strood Leisure Centre. The practical part of the session will be outside on the pitches.