16 Results for group: all-club-contacts-documents
Amendments to the 2019-20 handbook are listed here.
Individuals’ new or amended contact details can be found in Who’s the Ref (WTR), which is assumed to hold the most up-to-date information.
Members and club contacts are asked to keep their contact details up-to-date on WTR and inform the Secretary at madrefsec...
Application Form for Clubs to request membership of the Society
This latest up-dated version of the guide reflects the Society's use of Who's the Ref (WTR).
The guide is essential reading for all club fixture secretaries and club referee contacts because the protocol underpins the process of appointing officials to matches.
This latest version of the Society's policy for collecting, processing and storing members’ and club contacts’ personal data was published in August 2019. It incorporates minor edits to the previous version.
The policy covers what personal data is included, the basis for using such data, with whom it is shared, and ...
A two-page briefing for referees and club contacts giving an overview of how the appointments process works in Who's the Ref (WTR).
Useful aide-memoires are also provided.
This document contains the text of an email sent to all main club contacts (called club fixture secretaries in Who's the Ref) on 21 July 2018 on behalf of Alan Farmer, Chairman of Appointments.
The email reminded them about how fixtures are being uploaded in to Who's the Ref (WTR) and how they will be notified by WTR of ...
Instructions for setting a password on Who's the Ref (WTR).
Only members of the Society and club contacts will be given access to WTR.
Latest version (5.14) of the introductory guide for users of Who's the Ref (WTR).