USATH/IHF Referee Education Program

In conjunction with the International Handball Federation, USA Team Handball has announced a series of four (4) online referee classes over an eight-week period. These classes are being hosted by IHF PRC Lecturer and Official Per Morten Sodal. These classes will lead to USATH Referee Certification, per the acceptance of the USATH National Referee Committee. All classes will take place online.


DateCourse Start TimeCourse NameEstimated Course Length
Saturday 22 August 20204 PM EDTMotivation and General Understanding90 minutes
Saturday 5 September 20204 PM EDTPunishments90-120 minutes
Saturday 19 September 20204 PM EDTCooperation90-120 minutes
Saturday 3 October 20204 PM EDTBasic Understanding of the Rules (with Exam)90-120 minutes


We encourage all existing and prospective referees to sign up for this course. You may sign up HERE.


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