2016-17 CERTIFICATION PROCESS
If you have ever wondered what it takes or if you have ever been interested in becoming an official then this section is for you! Here you will find what you need to know to get started with your officiating career and answer most questions you may have regarding clinics.
Common Clinic Questions and Answers HERE
All officials must have the online payment & online modules completed prior to attending a clinic. Officials need to take their proofs of completion of these (print out or picture on your phone) with them to the clinic.
Step 1 - Online Payment
Pay clinic and membership fees online. Payment for clinic & membership fees will not be accepted at the clinics. The only money accepted at the classroom clinics will be for supplies (rule books, crests, manuals, etc.). Cash, cheques, and credit cards are accepted. There will be a $20 fee charged for all NSF cheques.
Clinic Fees for the 2016/17 season HERE
Payment Instructions HERE
If you are a SHA-registered hockey player, coach, or team official, please select the appropriate 'w/ SHA Participation Rebate' membership fee. These fees have the $40 deduction taken off already.
If you accidentally pay the incorrect membership fee, please call the SHA office to have this corrected (306) 789-5101. If you apply for the refund request through PayPal, you will be charged a $20 Dispute Fee.
YOU MUST BRING PROOF OF PAYMENT (PICTURE ON YOUR PHONE OR A PRINT OUT OF YOUR RECEIPT) TO YOUR CLINIC TO SHOW THE INSTRUCTOR.
Pay your registration & membership fees HERE
Below is an example of the required registration form that must be brought with you to your ref clinic:
Step 2 - Online Modules
All officials must complete the required online modules prior to attending the classroom clinic. All Junior officials will complete the 2016-17 Hockey Canada eHockey modules, and all Senior, Level 4, 5, & 6 officials will complete the SHA Senior online modules.
YOU MUST BRING PROOF OF COMPLETION (PICTURE ON YOUR PHONE OR A PRINT OUT OF YOUR CERTIFICATE) TO YOUR CLINIC TO SHOW THE INSTRUCTOR.
Registration Instructions for Junior officials HERE
Junior (17 & under) officials HERE (each official will have to register for the modules in order to be able to complete them)
Registration Instructions for Senior officials HERE
Senior, Level 4, 5, & 6 officials HERE
Examples of Junior and Senior Certificates.
Step 3 - Clinic Registration
Register online for the clinic you will be attending.
- Saturday, Nov. 26/16 Delisle – Delisle High School 9am – 1pm
- Saturday, Nov. 26/16 Vanguard – Vanguard Community School 9am – 1pm
- Saturday, Nov. 26/16 Whitewood – Whitewood Community Centre 9am – 1pm, One Ice Session 1:30pm – 3:30 pm
- Saturday, Nov. 26/16 Beauval – Beauval Valley View School 1pm – 5pm
- Monday, Nov. 28/16 Milestone – Milestone High School 6pm – 10pm
- Monday, Nov. 28/16 Yorkton – Yorkton Gallagher Centre 6pm – 10pm
If you are unsure of what zone your community is located in, please check the Official Office List helpsheet.
Clinic Registration Instructions HERE
Register for a clinic HERE (you will get a 'zero balance owing' after registering for the clinic. Please see step 1 above to complete online payment)
Lastly, attend the clinic you registered for. If you need to attend a different clinic than the one you registered for, please contact the SHA office to make these adjustments.
With the initiative of the Hockey University part of the clinic, we were able to move clinics to 4 hours in length. This has provided the opportunity for towns to host an on-ice clinic immediately following the classroom clinic. To see what topics are covered in the on-ice sessions, check the "On Ice Clinics" section of the website. Also, to see which communities are offering on-ice clinics, check the clinic schedules above.
Clinics will be booked by the Referee's Division annually. Communities which did not host a clinic in the current season and would like to request to host a clinic in the upcoming season must notify the Manager, Officiating by email TrentC@sha.sk.caof their desire to host a clinic no later than February 1.
Step 4 - Contact Association
Phone local minor hockey association or local referee association to let them know you are a registered official.
If you have any questions on how to get started email Trent Cey, Manager of Officiating Development email@example.com or contact the SHA Office at 306-789-5101.