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2017-2018 Referee Re-Certification - HCOP
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Friday, July 07, 2017
Stratford, ON - The annual Hockey Canada Officiating Program re-certification letters have been sent to all previously registered ALLIANCE Hockey Officials as of June 27, 2017 via email.  Officials should review all registration information carefully and be aware of the Criminal Record Check (CRC) or Vulnerable Sector Check (VSS) requirements as noted in the letter.

If you have not received your emailed letter or would like to complete the ALLIANCE Hockey online re-certification, please contact the ALLIANCE Hockey Office by clicking here.

For further information on re-certification and the OHF Policy & Procedures for Criminal Record Checks / Vulnerable Sector Screening, click here.


**If you are interested in becoming an Official, please see below:


Individuals interested in getting started in the Referee Program should contact their local Referee Association for information on becoming a referee in their centre.  Clinics specifically designed for New Officials are scheduled by the local Referee Associations in the Fall on an annual basis.  Once you become registered with your local Referee Association, they will send you to a new referee clinic information and the link to the Hockey Canada University Online Officiating Course that is required to be completed prior to attending the in-class session.

If you are unsure how to contact your local Referee Association, contact the ALLIANCE Hockey Office by clicking here


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