Dodge referee system

​The referee system of the Hong Kong Evasion Sports Federation
Established on June 1, 2018
First, the purpose:
The Hong Kong Evasion Sports Federation (hereinafter referred to as the Association) has established the "Hong Kong Evasion Sports Federation Judging System" in order to cultivate talents for avoidance sports, improve refereeing standards, and establish referee authority. (Hereinafter referred to as this system).

2. Basis:
This system is based on the approval of the referee committee meeting on June 1, 2018.

3. Classification:
(1) A-level referee.
(2) Class B referee.
(3) C-level referee.
4. Basic conditions:
(1) Persons over 18 years old.
(2) High school graduation or above.
(3) Have knowledge of basic avoidance movement.
(4) Good character.

5. Qualifications and promotion conditions at all levels:
(1) C-level referee
Qualifications for promotion: Participate in the C-level referee certificate course held by the club. Those who pass the written test and demonstration of precedents will be issued a C-level referee certificate.

Responsibilities: C-level referees can serve as deputy judges for competitions held by the Association or approved by the Association

Assessment items and qualification requirements:
1. Pass the written test and obtain a score of 40 points or more (a total of 70 points); and
2. Those who have achieved 30 points or above through technical demonstration (50 points total).

(2) Grade B referee
Qualifications for promotion: Those who have obtained the C-level referee qualification for more than one year, and have served as a referee for more than 40 matches held by the Association or approved by the Association, must have a certificate issued by the Congress.
Those who meet the above qualifications can apply for promotion and participate in the assessment.

Powers and Responsibilities: B-level referees can serve as the referee in competitions held by the Association or recognized by the Association, and serve as chief referees or game coordinators in regional competitions with no more than eight teams.
Assessment items and qualification requirements:
1. Pass the written test and obtain a score of forty-five points or above (a total of 70 points); and
2. Applicants who have achieved 35 points or above through technical demonstration (50 points total).
3. A total of forty referees and two of them need to apply for supervision.

(3) A-level referee
Promotion conditions:
1. Obtained B-level referee qualifications, at least one year, served as referees for 60 times in competitions held by the Association or approved by the Association during the period, and must have a certification document issued by the meeting.
2. He has served as the organizing committee member at least once in a competition held by the Association or approved by the Association, and must have a certification document issued by the meeting. Those who meet the above-mentioned qualifications may participate in the written test, precedent demonstration and supervisory practice of the referee course of the Association. Those who pass the results will be awarded the A-level referee certificate by the Association.

Powers and Responsibilities: A-level referees can act as the referee or chief referee or as the coordinator of any scale of competitions held by or approved by the Association.

Assessment items and qualification requirements:
1. Pass the written test and obtain a score of 50 points or above (a total of 70 points); and
2. Those who have achieved 40 points or above through technical demonstration (50 points total).
3. A total of 60 referees and four of them need to apply for supervision.

8. Management, assessment, rewards and punishments:
(1) The committee shall establish a roster of judges at all levels.
(2) The Judge Committee will be established by the Association to be responsible for the qualifications, promotion, appointment, further education, management, assessment, rewards and punishments of referees, and seminars will be held from time to time to provide new knowledge and improve the level of referees.
(3) Referees at all levels should accept the tasks assigned by the Association, and the referee committee is responsible for recording their service status for reference for advancement and further studies, rewards and punishments.
(4) Referees at all levels who have been evaluated by the referee committee of the Association for excellent and contributors may be awarded by the Association.
(5) Referees at all levels shall be evaluated by the referee committee of the Association for their service spirit and work performance. If any of the following violations is violated, their qualifications for refereeing shall be disqualified or suspended after discussion:

1. Failing to execute referee workers without reason.
2. Misconduct.
3. Partial behavior appears.
4. Those who are absent or late without a reasonable explanation.