Officiating – Dynamic

What is this qualification?

These competencies meet competency requirements for entry-level officials when combined with their individual sport’s National Officiating Accreditation Scheme (NOAS) technical requirements.

These units provide credit towards SIS20313 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation and SIS30913 Certificate III in Sport Officiating.
No licensing, legislation, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this skill set at the time of endorsement.
This skill set is for those wishing to undertake entry-level roles as officials such as a referee or umpire in a particular sport.
These competencies from the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package meet competency requirements for Officiating – Dynamic and will be utilised as the basis for the registration requirements of programs like the National Officiating Accreditation Scheme (NOAS).
This program will be contacted full time over Five (5) consecutive days or part time over Three (3) consecutive weekends.
Unit Code Unit Name
SISSSDE201 Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment
SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge
SISSSOF202 Officiate games or competitions
SITXCOM401 Manage conflict
Training for the course will be delivered using one or more of the following methods:

  • Classroom
  • Self – paced learning
  • Training workshops in small groups
  • Combined options of training delivery

Training methods are selected to best achieve the required elements of competence while giving full consideration to the learning style of the participants. The provision of training may include a flexible combination of any of the above. Students studying at home have access to training via email or phone.

Assessment methods can include one or more of the following:

  • Questions and answers
  • Panel of workplace presenters/personal trainers
  • Simulation
  • Role plays
  • Written and/or oral examinations
  • Projects and case studies
  • Observation
  • Third party report
  • Practical demonstration and assessment
The organisation recognises Australian Qualification Framework Qualifications and statements of attainment which are issued by any other Registered Training Organisation.

Students may be entitled to a credit transfer in the following circumstances:

  • Completed units of competency from a relevant National Training Package.
  • Approved units of competency from a National Training Product.
  • Successful RPL application
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process where a candidate may be granted credit or partial credit towards a qualification in recognition of skills and knowledge gained through work experience and/or formal training. For additional information relating to RPL for this course, please contact Australian Football College office.
This course has been developed under the Australian Quality Framework (AQF) and is a nationally recognised course. Qualifications granted by Australian Football College are accredited by the Australian Government; Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
Please see the attached price list and for more information please contact the Australian Football College on 1300 656 693.

Delivery Schedule

Four Days (please note that all days will have practical coaching sessions)
Day Unit Code Unit Name
1. SISSSDE201 Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment
2. SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge
3. SISSSOF202 Officiate games or competitions
4. SITXCOM401 Manage conflict
5. Assessments