USA Taekwondo has announced the launch of its Online Referee Development Camp series.
The virtual sessions will ensure that key training can take place despite the restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Seung Hwan Kim, USA Taekwondo's referee chairman, will teach the online camps.
A camp for kyorugi will take place on September 26 and 27 with an event for poomsae following on October 3 and 4.
"USA Taekwondo announces the Online Referee Development Camp series," a statement from the governing body said.
"USA Taekwondo continues to execute education programmes online during the current pandemic to continue the development process for the referee education programmes.
"These camps will be essential in ensuring the growth for the referees in the US."
The United States has qualified two taekwondo athletes for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which will take place next year because of COVID-19.
Paige McPherson earned a place in the women's under-67 kilograms tournament through the World Taekwondo Olympic rankings.
Anastasija Zolotic, meanwhile, booked a spot in the women's under-57kg at the Pan American Olympic Qualification Tournament in Costa Rica.