NDFC Officiating Accreditation

Provincial Officiating Level I

More information coming soon

National Officiating Level II

The NDFC Level II officiating course is now available through self-study correspondence and an open book online examination.

Course Fee: $30.00

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Level II Officiating Accrediation Requirements

To successfully achieve NDFC Level II Officiating Certification, participants are required to:

  • Complete the Level II Officiating Workshop via correspondence and successfully complete an open book exam with a minimum of 75% (Trained)
  • Successfully complete 10 hours of a practicum (Certified)

Level II Practicum

The practicum must be completed during either a Youth or Adult National Championships. During the practicum, officials must demonstrate their competencies while successfully completing the following:

  • Adjudicate a round robin section
  • Transpose results from a round robin section to a knockout draw
  • Adjudicate a knockout draw
  • Adjudicate a Nodor Cup match
  • Mark a knockout match in a staged environment (which could include a semi-finals or finals on the floor)

Respect in Sport for Officials

The National Darts Federation of Canada is proud to announce our partnering with the Respect Group founded by Sheldon Kennedy and Wayne McNeil to provide officials from across Canada with access to the Respect in Sport Online Workshop. This online training talks about how to prevent and report BAHD (Bullying, Abuse, Harassment, Discrimination) beehaviours. The course will take about 1 hour and consists of the following 7 modules:

  • Before the Buzzer
  • Making the Call
  • What it Means to be Safe
  • Maltreatment
  • Out of Bounds
  • Blowing the Whistle
  • Post Game Celebration

The cost of the course is $20, plus tax. To register, go to: https://ndfc-officials.respectgroupinc.com/

A similar course is available specifically designed for coaches. Click here for more information.