Official rules for teams and individual formats, refereeing rules and procedures for organising competitions in official or community circuits. Those who have completed the 2nd level of training can referee official WCT events.
During the training, the emphasis is on the safety of the participants for an innovative and intense activity. Numerous course contents (training cycles, standard sessions, teaching situations, etc.) are made available to the trainees in order to facilitate the application in professional situations.
Discovery of fundamental strategies (Shielding, Cutting, Delaying, …) and space management (Mountain, Sisters, Tilted Cube, …). Discovery and familiarisation with sports analysis tools.
Presentation of the different levels of membership and how they work. Discovering the vertical and horizontal communication procedures within the WCT network. Obligations and advantages of World Chase Tag® licensees.
English and French are the default languages for the course. In some countries, a translator is present. Courses with a translator are specified in the course outline.
Registration is possible until the course is full or until the course starts, whichever comes first. However, a 20% fee is added if registration is made 14 days or less before the course date.
Level 2 training must be refreshed every 3 years. In addition, it is only valid when used under an Official License Agreement for the organisation carrying out the activities.
Level 2 is one of the two prerequisites to obtain an OLA (Official licence agreement) and offer World Chase Tag® courses and events. The second prerequisite is the acquisition of a Quad (official practice structure, 8x8m or 12x12m).
Following this course, the coach is entitled to:
• Supervise the World Chase Tag® activity and offer group or private lessons from beginner to intermediate level,
•Referee matches on the official WCT circuit,
• Act as a local relay for the organisation of official events,
They also receives updates on the practice structure, official events, regulations and statistics related to the number of licensees or safety elements (risk factors, injury statistics, …).
Participants must be at least 18 years old at the time of their test to become a Chase Tag™ coach. The minimum age required to participate in the Level 1 certification course is 16.
Certificates are sent by individual mail and may take four to six weeks for people living outside France. Certificates of participation are sent by e-mail within one month of course participation.
As a teacher level certification, candidates for the WCT® Level 2 will be tested to display their competence in the following areas:
• Understanding of the discipline and official rules
• Refereeing WCT® games
• Ability to teach others in an effective and safe manner
Each student will be tested during the certification through written assessments and practical situations.
To prepare for the certification, students will receive the following materials 30 days before the beginning of training :
• WCT® Level 2 – Manual
• Instructional videos
They will also gain access to the student portal.