officiating training

With COVID-19, make sure you check with camps for cancellations.  We will update the page IF we hear about cancellations.

2021 IFAF Training

Pure officiating
Clock presentation 2020
Stuart Mullens acc referee
Tom Beard Football Officials Clinic
training video - Holding
Bite Sized Video Training

Frank Kristensen, an IFAF (International Federation of American Football) official, has created over 500 "bite-sized" training video clips.  Each less than 2 minutes.   According to Frank, the IFAF uses 99% of NCAA rules.  So these clips are relevant for all of us.

Checkout his YouTube channel


Or watch below

Camps, Clinics and Academies

This is our fifth annual event held in Carson, California.

The current list of Division 1 Supervisors that have confirmed their attendance to next year’s Clinic includes David Coleman (PAC-12), Dennis Hennigan (ACC & AAC), Gerald Austin (Conference USA), Eddie Kelly (SWAC), Andre Lowe (MEAC), and Special Guest Harold Mitchell (SEC Observer).

8 person mechanics.

January 17-19, 2020

Carson, CA


El Paso Football Officials Camp

2020 marks the 15th year of our football officiating camp in El Paso!

Over 80 participants in the El Paso Camp have advanced from here into FBS and FCS collegiate ranks.

Camps now allow you the chance to be seen, evaluated and potentially hired by supervisors who are looking for talented and teachable officials.  Thanks to our staff of conference supervisors and NFL, AAF and collegiate officials, the El Paso camp will offer you a great opportunity to fine-tune your on-field skills with "real-time" guidance from our instructors, including the coordinators and observers from CFO West (Big 12 and Southland), PAC-12, Mountain West, Conference USA, American Athletic, SWAC, Rocky Mountain, Lone Star and other leagues.

May 22-23, 2020

El Paso, TX


Stars and stripes academy

The Stars and Stripes Academy is intense training for officials focused specifically on “big time” college football. Small college and FCS level officials will prepare themselves to take the next step to D-1 football. High school officials will get a taste of the college experience and improve at their current level while preparing to advance in officiating.

May 28 - 31 2020

Salt Lake City

Wes booker football officials camp

The Wes Booker Football Officials Camp in Little Rock, Arkansas is a great place to learn and refine your skills.  Our main focus is to help football officials get better prepared for any situation whether it's at the high school, college, or God willing the professional level.  There's always room to improve your game!   We hope you will join us as we all strive to be the best football officials we can possibly be.

June 10 - 12 2020

Little Rock, Arkansas

Tait Consul Griffith Football Officials Camp

3-day clinic held @ Southern Utah University designed to improve your skills as a football official.

You will work scrimmages in crews of 7, while receiving valuable feedback from Division I & Division II officials.

​This camp is held in conjunction with the Southern Utah University High School Football Camp.​ Classroom sessions will be used to discuss mechanics, philosophy and rules applications for all levels of officiating.


Cedar City, UT  (Southern Utah Univ)

Atlanta Football Officials camp

To expose highly motivated high school and college football officials, of all experience levels, to the latest football officiating philosophies and mechanics and provide them with quality on-field snaps that will allow them to be observed and provided feedback in a competitive environment.  We will accomplish this by providing a staff of the most talented and accomplished NFL, NCAA and GHSA clinicians who possess the teaching spirit. 
Our goal is to help get YOU to YOUR next level.

June 22 - 24 2020

Atlanta, GA

MIAA Football officiating camp

The MIAA Conference will have two football officiating camps in the spring of 2020. The two camps we had last year not only helped improve the MIAA staff they also helped the Heart of America, GPAC, Jayhawk Junior College, and the KCAC. Also, many High School officials improved their officiating skills. The camps helped generate a lot of interest in college football officiating. Our goal is to help any High School, or College football official to be the best they can be. Through these camps we are able to generate a list of potential officials that are ready to move to the next level in officiating. Both camps will be informative, educational, with an emphasis on training and helping each official reach their potential. We wanted to have two camps so you would have achoice of dates to attend, as everyone seems to be very busy in the springtime.

July 10- 12 2020

Pittsburg, Kansas

Pittsburg Registration

Topeka camp has been cancelled due to COVID-19

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