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HOW TO BECOME AN AYSO VOLUNTEER?

Below we describe how you become a Referee Volunteer but the process is the same for every volunteer
other than the role name and education requirements. See also the panel below for more information.
So consider the following as an example how to register as a volunteer but more specific for referees.
Avoid problems and view the important notes on volunteer registration.

BECOME A CERTIFIED REGIONAL REFEREE?

First thing first:

       
(Re-)register as a volunteer ( Referee or Youth Referee) Click here.

Volunteer registration must be done every year. 

What is next?

Take a training to become a
 certified Regional Referee.
The same course can be taken many times. Or take the next upgrade course.
Referees like to stay current on the changes in the Laws of the Game.




Step 1: Go to ETrainU (education website)

Step2:Regional Referee Online Course and the Companion course

Step3: Continue with the course until all modules are done including the exam

Step 4:Print the Certificate

Step 5:Enroll in a Companion Course and attend in person.


 

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You Are A Great AYSVolunteer




AYSO is a volunteer driven organization.
We cannot exist without this dedicated group of volunteers.
Sign up as volunteer on our Website.



WE WORK WITH YOUNG PLAYERS AND
AYSO VOLUNTEERS ARE DOING THEIR PART TO MAKE IT SAFE, FAIR AND FUN.


Volunteers register annually with a completed and signed AYSO volunteer application in their Sports Connect account (SCA).
DO NOT SHARE SCA with other volunteers even if they are in the same household. The owner of the SCA is the Primary Account Holder (PAH). Another person can be authorized as secondary account holder (SAH).

SAH 
must create a new SCA for his/her volunteer records. PAH can register as volunteer under their SCA.
Player registration is completely different from (youth) volunteers which may be players.
 
The SCA is made once on the regional website ayso73.org for each volunteer.
Each volunteer creates ID, Password and has unique email-address.

Each volunteer completes annually a volunteer registration in their SCA.

 
  Read the " Important Notes for Registering as a Volunteer " (see below)

PLAYERS
- One Parent is the PAH and may have a SCA under which all players in the same household can be registered.
- PAH must have legal guardianship of players which are registered.
- The AYSO insurance is linked to the player(s) registered under the PAH and SCA

VOLUNTEERS
- (Youth) Volunteers do no share SCA.
- A PAH can complete a volunteer application in their own SCA
- PAH can sent invite to others to volunteer but not register them in their own account.
- SAH must open a new and own SCA to start a volunteer registration. This is only required to do once in the region on the region website.
- A player is not a youth volunteer unless they have their own SCA and complete a volunteer application in that SCA.

PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN and the YOUTH VOLUNTEER.'
A parent SCA is created before a youth volunteer completes the volunteer application (and have their own SCA created)
- The parent listed on the Sports connect system e-signs the youth volunteer application which is completed in the SCA of the youth.
- A parent does not have to be an AYSO volunteer to e-sign the AYSO application of the youth but it is strongly recommended to motivate youth referees.



        Important Notes for Registering as an AYSO Volunteer. 


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Phone : 661-556-2931
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