Ferwafa sets date for Players’ Agents Exams
FERWAFA will conduct Football Players’ Agents examinations on Thursday, 26 September 2013 – the date has been set by world football governing body FIFA and the exams will be held around the world on the same day.
In order to avoid potential irregularities, the examinations will be scheduled for one day only.
All Associations have been invited to conduct written examinations in accordance with the current FIFA Players’ Agents Regulations.
A statement on Ferwafa secretariat said that exams will start at 10h00, and will be held at Ferwafa headquarters. Questions for these examinations will come from FIFA. All Associations will be supplied with answer sheets the following day (Friday, 27 September 2013).
Materials for the examination will include both international and local. The examination will comprise 20 questions — 15 international and five local — with each question valuing one mark.
Candidates interested to sit for the examination, which will be in English and French, are supposed to register at Ferwafa not later than September 20 and pay $30 (about Rwf. 20,000) examination fee.
Candidates will then be highlighted with examinations logistics as well as areas of concentration. It will be a 90-minutes examination. Ferwafa conducted such examination in April last year. So far, Rwanda has two player’s agents recognised by FIFA.
They are former Amavubi skipper Desire Mbonabucya and Jean Pierre Muhombo.
Interested candidates should familiarise themselves with various areas including FIFA regulations on the status and transfer of players, edition 2009, including the annexes (1 to 5), rules for the status and transfer of futsal players, Annex 6 of the FIFA regulations on the status and transfer of players, FIFA player’s agents regulations, edition 2008, including the annexes 1,2 and 3.