[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) successfully hosted a referee instructor/assessor course for its local assessors on May 16 and 17.
The course saw referees and instructors from Regions three, four, six, eight and 10 in attendance amounting to a total of 16 participants which included for the first time, two female referee assessors.
This is the first course of its kind which was facilitated by the federation’s local instructors/assessors Abdulla Hamid, Ingram Johnson and Roy McArthur.
In the opening remarks, Stanley Lancaster, head of the referees department expressed that the aim of the course was “to have well trained assessors/instructors to properly assess our match officials during all levels of tournaments across Guyana, also to aid in the development of our referees”.
The GFF will be hosting a series of recruitment drives with its first Beginner’s Course starting from May 22-25.
Interested persons are asked to contact Lancaster on 2278758 or via email at [email protected]
These courses are part of the continued development plans of the GFF for the sport of Football with training sessions for Coaches, Referees and Players.