The new format for the season will feature a ONE DAY CLINIC for ALL officials which is different from the 2 day clinic offered to Level 1 and new Level 2 officials in the past. For all Level 1 officials plus NEW Level 2 Officials (16+) in order to attend the one day clinic you must complete an online clinic in order to register for the actual in person clinic. Without the online portion complete you will not be able to attend the clinic. We want to be clear on this and there will be no exceptions. All returning level 2 and higher level officials, registering through E-Hockey and attending the clinic will be as is from last year. The new online program is called (Hockey University÷ and is a great online tool developed by Hockey Canada in conjunction with the Provincial Associations including Hockey Alberta. So to get started the E-Hockey portion has not changed but to register for the clinic the online portion requires completion first. Below is the link to get started with all instructions.
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Secondly the clinic dates are established and with a one day format the ice session is still intact and mandatory for all attending the clinic no matter how long you have officiated. Clinics will begin at 8am and will end with the ice session at approximately 5pm. Please bring skates, helmet and whistle for the ice session.
Do not leave attending a clinic or completing the (Hockey University÷ portion until the last minute.)