Reclassification

From Level I to Level II:

  • All officials over the age of 16 are upgraded to Level II upon achieving 70% or better on their officiating exam.

From Level II to Level III:

  • Apply in writing to the Supervision Coordinator before December 15.
  • Be supervised by a Level III official calling at least a Midget hockey game in a three man system.
  • Work as a linesman for senior hockey.
  • Complete all required supervisions on other officials prior to the end of the season in which you are applying.
  • Achieve 80% on officiating exam.

From Level III to Level IV:

  • Apply in writing to the supervision coordinator before December 15.
  • Be supervised by a Level IV official calling at least a Senior or Junior B hockey game in a three man system.
  • Work as a linesman for Junior A hockey.
  • Complete all required supervisions on other officials prior to the end of the season in which you are applying.
  • Attend a level IV/V camp at own expense (if accepted). The camp will include on ice skating testing, off ice physical testing, and classroom sessions. Level IV/V camp is held every second season.
  • Achieve 80% on SRD exam.

From Level IV to Level V:

  • Apply in writing to the supervision coordinator before October 15. Your name is submitted to the Officials Committee, and you will be supervised in a Junior A game to determine if your application is accepted.
  • Complete all required supervisions on other officials prior to the end of the season in which you are applying.
  • Attend a Level IV/V camp at own expense. The camp will include on ice skating testing, off ice physical testing, and classroom sessions. Level IV/V camp is held every second season.
  • Achieve 90% on your SRD exam.

From Level V to Level VI:

  • Apply in writing to the reclassification coordinator before November 30.
  • Application is reviewed, and if name submitted to Officials Committee, you be supervised at the Junior A, ACAC, or CIS level to decide on upgrade status.
  • Meet all zone expectations – completed supervisions, no discipline issues etc.
  • Attend a Level VI camp (all expenses paid), if accepted. The camp is a week long and will include on ice skating testing, off ice physical testing, classroom sessions, and refereeing two hockey games.
  • Level VI is held every second season in November on odd numbered years.