Before tbe local course, you will also need to complete the Safeguarding for All online learning - the Referee section of your County FA website should include a link to it, but if not The FA.com website has the link.
Enjoy the course, and welcome to the club👍
I agree - I was commenting on this OP scenario in response to a question.
The law was changed in part because it previously mentioned the goalkeeper making a save, now extended to all players, plus as you say the inclusion of a shot that may have entered the goal.
The system in Scotland was dropped in England some years ago, because it sent learners into battle without ever blowing a whistle, knowing where to be at any time in the game, working with club assistants, what to do about nuisance spectators, how to get appointments, etc
All courses in England...
If the parent disrupts your match, the home team manager/coach needs to be left to manage the situation while you keep the players safe on the f. o. p.
If necessary take the players to safety (dressing room if available) while it is sorted.
Abandon as a last resort.
Our local Step 5/6 League mandates team sheets to be handed to the referee an hour before the scheduled kick off time, and match officials to arrive no later than 90 minutes before kick off, which all appears sensible.
Most referees ask their AR's to arrive around 1.15 for a 3.00 start, and...
Done as per protocol - well done.
You may consider e-mailing the Competition Secretary or Refetees Appointments person at the CFA also, just as a courtesy.
I have observed at two games where this has occurred. Always difficult to handle as conflicting stories are heard.
For tbe first corner at each end, look for any holding/impeding/pushing before the kick. Big whistle, walk a few metres towards the goal area, call loudly "I'm watching you two, cut it out or there will be a penalty or free kick"
Before whistling for the kick to be taken, "Arms down!" then...
Observer appointments start with the later weeks (e. g. 23 and 30 December) then dates from the beginning of the month after the late ones are done.
At lunchtime today I got mine for the next three weeks, having already received a 23 December one last Friday.