UC Sport Referee
UC Sport Referees supervise matches in the Social Sport Competition (SSC) within UC Sport. They preside over sports games made up of UC students (sports including Basketball, Cricket, Futsal, Netball and Vollleyball) and set up equipment. Referees work within term time between 12 and 4pm in this paid role.
Hours involved in the activity
3 activity involvement options.
- Option 1 - One semester officiating 2hrs/week for 10 weeks (minimum)
- Option 2 - Two semesters officiating 2hrs/week for 20 weeks, OR one semester officiating 4hrs/week for 10 weeks
- Option 3 - Two semesters officiating 4hrs/week for 20 weeks
For every 12 hours of active learning you can claim recognition for one skill and one attribute. NB: opportunities only exist to develop the skills and attributes specified for this activity in the grey areas of the table below.
Depending on the activity option selected you can claim 1, 2 or 3 learning and development outcomes.
- Option 1 - 1 intersection point
- Option 2 - 2 intersection points
- Option 3 - 3 intersection points
Sports Development Coordinator
Room KD02 Kirkwood Village
Student Services & Communication
Ph: (03) 369 3797
Work readiness skill/Graduate attribute
By actively engaging in this activity, you can claim against one of the pre-determined intersection points detailed below. You should reflect on your experience and select the WRS/GA intersection point that best represents your learning outcome.
- A1 - Communication - You communicate in a bicultural and culturally responsive manner with people of a different cultural background.
- A2 - Initiative and enterprise - You look for new opportunities to actively engage with Māori communities.
- A3 - Leadership - You demonstrate your sound knowledge of te reo Māori, tikanga and kawa (marae protocol) when building relationships within the team.
- A6 - Problem Solving - You demonstrate a holistic approach to problem solving and seek to apply this in a bicultural context.
- A7 - Self-Management - You recognise and address your own filters, privileges, biases, and cultural preferences and identify self-development opportunities in the bicultural space.
- A8 - Teamwork - You recognise and validate the prior knowledge, experience and skills that team members bring.
Note – In order to claim for Bicultural Confidence and Competence you must complete a training session. Contact us for more information.
- B1 - Communication - You communicate effectively and appropriately for your audience and easily listen to others.
- B2 - Initiative and enterprise - You generate and implement new ideas for better results for our communities.
- B3 - Leadership – You keep the team motivated towards the final goal and model leadership in the community.
- B6 - Problem Solving - You notice current or potential issues and develop strategies to resolve those issues.
- B7 - Self-Management - You keep yourself on task and evaluate your own work performance.
- C1 - Communication – You can share and write information clearly.
- C2 - Initiative and Enterprise – You plan and generate solutions to cope with changes.
- C3 - Leadership – You successfully organise and manage a team.
- C6 - Problem solving – You resolve an issue with a customer, client or team member.
- C7 - Self-Management – You identify skills that could make you more successful.
- C8 - Teamwork – You work with your team to resolve any issues that occur.
|Co-curricular Record (CCR)||
UC Graduate Attributes (GAs)
|Bicultural Competence & Confidence||Community Engagement||Employability Innovation & Enterprise||Global Awareness|
|Work Readiness Skills (WRS)||Communication||A1||B1||C1||D1|
|Initiative and enterprise||A2||B2||C2||D2|
|Planning and organising||A5||B5||C5||D5|
- UC affiliated
- Not an academic prerequisite
- Not for academic credit
Are you interested in participating in this activity?