Camping. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 21:48:55 PM
Is there classroom instruction? Some camp formats only offer classroom instruction and this type of camp is perfect for the less experienced official. Often the Field Training camps complement the training with the classroom to review play situations film and other teaching points. Classroom only camps typically are one day in length and start off with a key-note speaker followed by breakout sessions by position and/or emphasis on a skill such as goal line plays.
If you do not have access to your own camping toilet and you are "forced" to use a toilet facility you do not need to panic since there‘s a small chance of you contracting a harmful virus or bacteria from a dirty toilet seat. These toilets also prove themselves to be their moneys worth when we need to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. Unless you are really brave most people find it difficult to get to the toilet facility in the middle of the night. You never know what can happen in a lightless camping area. This is why having a camping toilet can be a very clever idea.
There are often multiple talent scouts at the exposure camps and they serve as a great vehicle to showcase your officiating skills in your attempts to climb the ladder. They are definitely a valuable component of every aspiring official‘s career but your number one priority is to address the developmental needs you had at the end of the previous season. Get your game ready for that next level and there will be a proper time and place for the exposure camp in your future.
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