Some recent news form the #WFTDA camp…
Leagues interesting in hosting should submit a bid or letter of interest by November 15, 2015. For more details, please download the Request For Proposals. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The primary requirements for hosting a WFTDA Officiating Clinic are: * Metro area with a hub airport * Reasonable driving or train ride distance to a derby-rich geography * Access to a skating venue capable of holding 2 full-sized tracks (preferred, not mandatory) * Access to or able to create/rent classroom space (often hotel conference room space) * WFTDA member league or Apprentice league (or partner with a full member) * Ability to gather 25+ skaters for a 3-hour scrimmage (mandatory)
Through its Officiating Education Programs, the WFTDA is committed to consistency and standardization, as well as providing tools and resources so that all #roller derby officials may succeed in providing the highest level of officiating.
The WFTDA is now accepting proposals from leagues interested in hosting 2016 WFTDA Officiating Clinics. The WFTDA plans to host 12 to 15 Officiating Clinics worldwide in 2016. The WFTDA will work with hosting partners, instructors and the roller derby community to ensure the thorough and effective training of roller derby officials.