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What does a Court Supervisor do in their role and how do I become one?

A Court Supervisor is an off court Official who supports the Referee with the running of larger tournaments. A Court Supervisor will be assigned a number of courts to watch and will help to ensure that play runs smoothly on these courts by handling any on court disputes as they arise and managing player behaviour using the code of conduct as necessary. 

To become a Court Supervisor you can either complete, and pass, the two day Referee course or take a specific three hour Court Supervisor course.

You can find further information on how to become a Court Supervisor and the pre-requisites for the role on our 'Becoming a Court Supervisor' page. 





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