yea, you go to a special referee class. for example, if you wanted to ref soccer you would go to that class
take a local referee class and work your way up
Soccer referees are graded by levels, not by classes. Informally, a referee might be considered "Class A" if they are certified International referees.
You would take physics
I sure hope so
Only the referee can caution a player or substitute. The referee will take information from the assistant to make the decision.
You take classes to become a referee yourself, work hard at it until you are a higher grade, then you go to more classes to become a referee assessor. Only then is one qualified to properly evaluate another referee.
Yes. I have to in my school.
If it is " You want to take a class with the best teacher?" then yes. This would be used when in disbelief. If you are just asking it, then you would usually say, " Do you want to take a class with the best teacher?"
that would be a class i would take!!!!
Usually there are four officials, a referee, two linesmen and a fourth referee to show the time or change in player, or if the referee can not take further part.
You would have to first register for the class. On the class listing, it should tell you all the things needed to take the class. Most likely you will need a book.