New Officials (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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New Officials - How to get Started

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.  A listing of local Associations is on the ALLIANCE Hockey homepage along the top - click on a logo to be re-directed to the local Association website.  If you are still having trouble finding your local Referee Association, contact the ALLIANCE Hockey Office by clicking here.

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Certification at all levels, except Level I, is a two-part process involving clinical and practical assessment. From the point of view of the clinic, the official must attend all sessions and must obtain the minimum mark on the examination.

Once certified, it is essential that an official continue to update and be completely familiar with new rule interpretations and officiating techniques. To maintain one's present level of certification, an individual must attend a full Hockey Canada officiating program clinic and write a national examination every year with appropriate passing mark.

An individual must be at least 16 years of age to be certified at Level II or higher.

An individual will not be eligible to advance more than one level of the Hockey Canada officiating program per season, except for Levels I and II.

Click here for more information on the Hockey Canada Officiating Program.


OHF Policy & Procedures for 
Criminal Record Checks / Vulnerable Sector Screening 

Eligibility to Officiate:

With the 2017-2018 officiating season approaching it is imperative for Officials to ensure their eligibility to access the program. 

If you are a first-time official attending a clinic or Officiating School, you would submit at the clinic or Officiating School in a sealed envelope, with your full name printed on front. If you do not have your CRC or VSS at the time of your clinic or Officiating School and have initiated the process please submit the receipt in a sealed envelope, with your name on the front at your clinic or Officiating School.

On Ice Officials under the age of 18 are required to submit a Criminal Record Check, (CRC). On Ice Officials 18 years of age and over are required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Screening Check (VSS).

The renewal period for your CRC/VSS will be every 3 years. (Example: Year one CRC/VSS, year two Criminal Offence Declaration Form, year three Criminal Offence Declaration Form and year four CRC/VSS.) All On Ice Officials must adhere to this Policy.


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