Oro Minor Hockey is pleased to advise that we are hosting an entry level referee clinic on Sunday October 29th. (see link below)
OMHA Entry Level Referee Clinic
You will find below the prerequisites and requirements that must be completed before you can earn your stripes as a referee.
The information below must be completed before you can register for an entry level clinic.
1. Create a Hockey Canada Account.
2. Complete the Hockey University Online Level 1/2 course.
3. Complete the Respect in Sports –Officials Course.
- You will have to create an account and complete the Respect in Sports –Officials Course as an activity leader.
- Note –If you have previously completed a Respect in Sports program, this is not required (Respect in Sports -Parent Program not accepted)
4. Criminal Record Check (CRC) with Vulnerable Sector Screening(VSS)(18+only).
- You must contact your local police agency regarding how to obtain your CRC with VSS as police agencies differ in this process. A letter has been attached for those whose police agency requests it.
- Completed CRC with VSS must be scanned and sent via email to [email protected].
- Note –Should you experience significant time delays from your local police agency in obtaining your CRC with VSS, scan and send your police receipt to [email protected] temporarily satisfy this requirement.
- Note –This is a requirement for those 18 years of age or older.
Registering for an Entry Level Clinic –As indicated above, you cannot register for a clinic until all of the above prerequisites have been completed. As a result,seats at clinics are on a first come first serve basis. No seat shall be reserved or held. Upon completion of the above, please select the most appropriate link below to register for an entry level clinic
Level 1– A level 1 is a new referee who is 14 or 15 years of age as of December 31st of the given hockey season. Level 1 Clinic
Level 2– A level 2 is a new referee who is 16 years of age or older as of December 31st of the given hockey season. Level 2 Clinic