Referee Clinics

NEZ Referee Clinic:

  • October 15, 2017
  • 08:00 to 17:30 hrs 
  • Location: NAIT (11762 – 106 Street)
  • Cost: $40.00

ALL CLINICS ARE NOW 1 DAY.  First year officials as well as Level 1 officials must complete the online component before registering for the clinic.  The online component is hosted through e-learning and will be available in mid-August.

Registration Costs:  (fees may change slightly for 2014)

Admin Fee Edmonton Address or SR Program Admin Insurance (If not paid with team) Total
Level 1 16.00 2.00 36.00 54.00
Level 2 22.00 13.00 36.00 71.00
Level 3 32.00 31.00 36.00 99.00
Level 4 47.00 54.00 36.00 137.00
Level 5 63.00 63.00 36.00 162.00
Level 6 73.00 63.00 36.00 172.00

Other Items:
Hockey Alberta Crest (Must have one on front of jersey): $5.00

Hockey Canada Crest (Must have one on shoulder of jersey) $2.00

Arm Band (Must have at least 1): $8.00

Case Book (Mandatory): $15.00

Level 1 officials are those aged 13-15 yrs. At age 16 you become a Level 2 official. All Level 1 and first time or new officials must take the online component.

Each official will require the following for the on-ice session:

  • Helmet (Black will be required when you become an official, with a half visor)
  • Whistle – Metal (not plastic)
  • Skates

Clinic registration: Registrations will be taken starting in Mid September 2014. Clinic fees must be paid in advance. Once registered on Hockey Canada for a clinic you will get a follow-up email about the clinic. All other fees are paid at the clinic. All clinics have limited space so please register early.

To Register:  Call Scott @ 780-777-3620 or email 


Information for first year officials:

You must be 13 years of age by Dec 31, 2014 to officiate this year. The number of games you are assigned will depend on the number of new officials registered each year and the number of hockey teams in the NE Zone. A first year official averages about 25 games in their first year, but it is not unusual to receive 40 to 50 assignments. If you play hockey and become an official your assignments are usually lower as your hockey games and practices will interfere with your officiating assignments.

All officials will require an e-mail address as assignments will be sent to each official via e-mail.

You must attend the full day of the clinic. You cannot miss any time for hockey practices/games or you will fail the course. All persons must pass a written test to be able to officiate.

-once you finish the clinic you will be required to purchase a referee jersey, black ref pants, red arm band and a receipt book. Do not purchase the jersey with the black lining under the arms as these are not allowed.

For further information contact:  Scott Fulmer at 780-777-3620 or






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