The maul as currently played, is one of the more complicated parts of the game. The ARU has put together a presentation covering all aspects of the maul from a match official perspective to help provide referees with some guidelines as to what they should be looking for.
The ARU has released the Game Management Guidelines Presentation for 2016.
In 2013, ARU release a presentation on Decision Making at Scrum. This presentation focused on key issues such as identifying who is causing a collapse, and what the referee should look for and in what order.
The ARU has released the Game Management Guidelines Presentation for 2015.
Over the past couple of months, the ARU has been delivering a presentation to referee associations across Australia focussing on “Empathy” and “Change Behaviour”, two of the four major elements of the ARU Referee profile.
The ARU has released the Game Management Guidelines Presentation with video for 2014.
Resource providing practice for Referee Coaches in coaching to the ARU Referee Profile.
Session presented at the ARU's Lions Referee Seminars in Sydney and Brisbane. Covers the tackle contest and when to award either the attack or the defence.
Resource focussing on collapses and how to determine fault. Put together with assistance from Steve Walsh.