- Criminal Record Checks (CRC) – 14 April & 7 May
- Whole Game System (WGS) used by the FA – 21 May
- Fitness Tests – 1 September 2014
Criminal Record Checks (CRC)
For all those referees over 16 years of age (or nearing 16) you need to do a CRC if you wish to officiate in U18 football from 1Sept 2014.
You can do this online at www.onlinecrb.tmgcrb.co.uk using your email address and the ID / password you will receive. Complete this and then attend one of the Drop In Sessions at York College (14 April 7 May), with your documents to be verified. There is no cost for this.
Whole Game System (WGS)
You can now register as a referee using the WGS at https://wholegame.thefa.com, using your FAN number and password. You can pay your £20 registration fee with this process. If you do so before 15 May you may receive a prize donated by NRCFA.
Also Misconduct Reports will be processed using WGS and not via the firstname.lastname@example.org emails system. Guidance can be found at www.thefa.com/my-football/more/whole-game/referee-reporting and NRCFA is holding a workshops at York College on Wed 21 May, starting at 1830 hrs, for those who wish to attend.
The York test is being held at Ryedale Huntington Stadium on Monday 1 September 2014, starting at 1830 hrs. Only those passing the test will be eligible for NRCFA Finals. Just turn up on the evening (for the run / sprints,) where Blood Pressure tests will be held by an authorised practitioner free of charge.