The Referee Handbook is the primary guide to the structure, policy and processes in force for referees and across all British Judo events. Other useful resources can also be found here.

Referee Handbook – Version 2.4 – February 2019

Other important information:

Events for National Selection of Referees

Guidance to Support Participants with ADHD

Useful Documents and Forms

Appendix A – Tutors – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix B – Referee Education Module Application – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix C – Tutor Application – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix D – Practical Assessment or Examination – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix E – Referee Professionalism – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix F – Continuous Improvement – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix G – Sef-Funded Refereeing Application – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix H – Referee Marking Guidelines – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix I – Theory for Club, Area, National C – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix J – Theory for National B and A – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix K – Theory for Continental – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix L – Fast Track to High Level Refereeing – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix M – Referee International Trip Report – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix N – Tutor Record – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix O – Referee Tutor, Assessor and Examiner Assessment – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix P – Honorary Awards Application – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix Q – Referee Feedback – May 2018 – v2.3
Appendix R – Referee Assessment or Examination Summary Report – May 2018 – v2.3