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Training & Workshops

There are two stages to becoming a Kent FA qualified referee

If you would like to become a Kent FA Referee, you must firstly attend a 'Get into Refereeing' Workshop.

This is a two-hour Workshop, and they are held around the County on a midweek evening.

Get In Touch

Nick Dunn - Referee Development Officer

By Phone: 01622 791850
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: Nick.Dunn@KentFA.com

Get Into Refereeing Workshops 2018 

In order to qualify to attend a Referee Course, the ‘Get into Refereeing’ Workshop is a pre-requisite and forms Unit 1 of the Course.

All Candidates who are 17 and under MUST attend with a Parent/Guardian, and the Parent/Guardian must remain for the duration of the Workshop. 

You must enter your own FAN number, or create one if you do not have one. If you are booking on behalf of somebody else, please ensure you enter the details of the Candidate who wishes to enrol onto the course, and not your own!

Each space costs £10, with payment being made through the online booking link only. All workshops subject to run, providing a minimum number of Candidates enrol. Referee Course dates WILL NOT appear on our website, but dates and venues will be provided only to those who successfully attend. Only those who have attended a workshop will be permitted to enrol onto a Referee Course. Referee Courses will commence from July 2018, through until February 2019, and will be throughout the County. 

Monday 21st May 2018 – Kent FA HQ, 7pm Start

Monday 11th June 2018 – Ebbsfleet United FC, 7pm Start

Tuesday 19th June 2018 – Three Hills, Folkestone, 7pm Start

Wednesday 27th June 2018 – Kent FA HQ, 7pm Start

Monday 02nd July 2018 – Bay Point Club, Sandwich, 7pm Start

Thursday 02nd August 2018 – Dartford FC, 7pm Start

Wednesday 12th September 2018 – Kent FA HQ, 7pm Start

Wednesday 24th October 2018 – Canterbury Christchurch University, 7pm Start

Please feel free to share this information with anyone else who may wish to become a Kent FA Referee. As a side note, if you are still playing, you may need to make a decision as to whether you continue to focus on this route in football, or indeed sacrifice this to focus on being a referee; it is difficult to balance both commitments. 

Whilst we do encourage players to ‘take up the whistle’, we expect all trainee referees to sign up to a League to gain independent appointments and not to officiate solely for one Club.