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Officiating Program2021-04-08T18:41:44+00:00
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OFFICIALS RESOURCES
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HOCKEY PEI OFFICIATING PROGRAM

Welcome to Hockey PEI’s Officiating Program! Looking to find program information or access officials resources? This is the page for you!

GET STARTED AS AN OFFICIAL!

You must be 12 year of age to start officiating! The first step to becoming an on ice official is contacting your local Minor Hockey Association Referee in Chief to confirm your MHA is in need of new officials. Once confirmed, officials can sign up for an officiating clinic here.

2021-22 Minor Hockey Referee in Chief Contact Info (Coming Soon)

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.

LEVEL SYSTEM (NEW HOCKEY CANADA OFFICIATING PATHWAY):

 

DOWNLOAD THE NEW HOCKEY CANADA OFFICIATING PATHWAY HERE

CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES: 

2021-22 certification procedures coming soon. 

GENERAL CERTIFICATION RULES: 

2021-22 general certification rules coming soon. 

RE-CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES: 

2021-22 Re-certification procedures coming soon. 

RETURNING OFFICIALS RESOURCES:

MORE INFORMATION ON OFFICIALS CLINICS:

CLICK HERE FOR OFFICIATING REQUIREMENTS

* MUST BE MINIMUM OF 12 YEARS OLD TO TAKE AN OFFICIALS CLINIC

ADVISORY NOTE TO EHOCKEY PARTICIPANTS:

  • It is the responsibility of EHockey Participants to verify from their Minor Hockey Association that they are approved to take an online clinic.
  • It is the responsibility of the EHockey Participants to complete in full any online clinics signed up for.
  • EHockey participants will¬†be responsible for clinic fees related to incomplete clinics and/or unapproved participation.

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