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2017-18 ENTRY LEVEL REFEREE CLINICS IN THE W.O.A.A. AREA
Submitted By Krista LeSauvage on Wednesday, August 22, 2018
From: Don Shropshall, W.O.A.A. Referee Clinic Coordinator. (519) 482-3092 (H) [email protected] is an application for Entry Level Referee Clinics to be held for the 2017-18 season in the W.O.A.A. area. This application is to be used if you are a NEW official or returning to the program after letting your Referee certification lapse. DO NOT use this form if you have missed a Recertification Clinicor are presently officiating. Registration will begin at 7:30 A.M., classes will begin at 8:00 A.M.This will be a full day clinic. There will be an on-ice session so please bring a helmet, skates and a whistle as well as a pen/pencil and paper for the in class presentation.

REQUIREMENTS:
• There is a Hockey University e-learning prerequisite that MUST be completed prior to
the day of the clinic. A certificate of your completed Hockey University e-learning
must also be brought to the clinic with you. Failure to provide your certificate; you will
be unable to participate in the clinic. All Entry Level clinic participants after registering
and submitting payment to the Clinic Contact (as listed) will be given information how to
obtain the online certificate.
• All candidates MUST provide a copy of a Police Record Check in a sealed envelope the
morning of the clinic or a receipt from the police saying it is being processed, for attendance
to be permitted. For ages 14-17 years, require a regular Criminal Records check and for
18 years and older require a Vulnerable Sectors Screening check.
• If you are 16 years of age or older, you MUST also do the Respect in Sports Activity Leader Course online and bring the certificate to the clinic as verification that you have completed it.
You can access this course by going to www.omha.net and clicking on “CLINICS” on the
right hand side of the screen and then scroll down the page to Respect In Sport section and
click on RiS ACTIVITY LEADER PROGRAM for TEAM & GAME OFFICIALS.

CLINIC COST REGISTRATION FEE (INCLUDES SNACKS, REFRESHMENTS AND HALL RENTAL)
14 AND 15 YEAR OLDS, AS OF DECEMBER 31 LEVEL ONE $150.00
16 AS OF DECEMBER 31, AND OLDER LEVEL TWO $200.00
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