Referee Accreditation & Updating
Update Accreditation Forms are to be completed by all referees who have let their accreditation lapse for less that 1 year. It is to be used in conjunction with the NOAS Referee Accreditation Update Activities Document 2009. This document will help the referee determine what they have achieved during the last four years and how many points they have accumulated.
The Re-Accreditation Process
Referees are accredited for a four year period. During the four year accreditation period, referees must undertake updating activities in order to re-accredit. Accreditation has been put in place to ensure that referees keep their skills and knowledge current and are covered under the AWPI Insurance Policy. This is accomplished by completing practical and personal tasks over a four year period to accumulate the following number of points.
Referee Qualification Points Required Over 4 Year Period:
NOAS Level 1 25
NOAS Level 2 40
Referee Accreditation Forms & Links
NOAS Accreditation Update Activities Document
This form is to be used in conjunction with the Referee Accreditation Update Payment Form.
NOAS Referee Update Accreditation Payment Form
Use this form if you are updating your accreditation.
Elapsed Accreditation Form
Use this form if your accreditation has not lapsed for 1 year.
RPL NOAS Level 1 Application Form
Use this form if you are applying for full credit or credit towards gaining a NOAS level 1 qualification.
ASC Officiating General Principles Online Course
Click on this link to complete the ASC Officiating General Principles Online Course.
Play by the Rules Course for Officials Online Course
Click on this link to complete the Play by the Rules Online Training Course for Officials.
Can I be granted Required Prior learning RPL for the NOAS Level 1 certificate?
Yes, this can be completed by downloading an application form above.
What happens if my referee accreditation lapses?
If you have let your accreditation lapse, and less than 12 months have passed, then you can still update your accreditation by downloading the Elapsed Accreditation Form above. If your accreditation has expired for one year or more than you must complete the RPL NOAS level 1 accreditation form.
What do I do if I have lost my accreditation details or can't find my accreditation number?
You must contact your state association for further information. Contact details for all states and territories associations may be found at State Associations & Territories
My accreditation is about to expire and I've changed address and not been sent a renewal update form?
If you have moved or changed address you must advise the ASC by registering online via the Sports Accreditation Database (SAO) SAO. You must also contact your state association or territory and advise them of your change of address so that they can adjust their records.