Instructor Notifications

Modified on Sun, 05 Nov 2023 at 03:20 PM

Video Instructions

Step-By-Step Instructions

  1. Login to your RefReps Instructor account (

  2. On the lefthand side under “Communication”, click on “Send Notification”

  • Within “Send Notification” you can do the following:
  • View past messages sent
  • The groups messages were sent to
  • Who read the message
  • Delete old messages
  • Create New Notification

3. Navigate to “Create New Notification” to compose a message.

  • Within “Create New Notification”, the following information is required:
    • The subject
    • Your message
    • Select the audience
    • Optional Actions
    • Send email in addition to notification being sent. 
    • Schedule the notification.

4. Click “Send Notification” to post message to the selected audience.

Notes: Notifications for instructors and learners can be found within the bell icon located in the top-right corner. 

Tips and Tricks

Ways to Use Notifications for Instructors

The RefReps Notifications functionality can be utilized in numerous ways to help strengthen instructor involvement within the learners officiating education process. Below we have provided a list of different ways hundreds of instructors across the nation have utilized the Notifications functionality in their instructing role.

  1. Instructors have found great success with communicating the following topics with their learners:
    • Class start date reminder
    • Class completion deadline
    • Assignment distribution
    • Class schedule updates
    • Sharing local news or opportunities with learners
  2. Instructors now look to their notifications bell for RefReps updates on the following:
    • Learners being added to your roster
    • Learner course completions
    • Learner exam completions
    • Instructor portal updates
    • Learner portal updates
    • Course updates
    • Supplemental pack updates
    • News

NEXT STEPS (RefReps Recommended) 

  1. Checkout learner reporting to keep up with progress 
  2. Learn your state officiating licensing process
  3. Purchase more seats
  4. Assign learners their courses

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