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If you have to reschedule your seminar you must first be released from the one you are currently enrolled. Contact your RIC to be removed so you can reschedule.

All Seminars are posted at USA Hockey. You must sign up at USA Hockey after August 1 to reserve a space at the seminar

SEMINARS – OFFICIALS MUST REGISTER ON-LINE AT USAHOCKEY.COM TO RESERVE A SPACE.

NOTE: The time listed is the official start time of the seminar. Please plan to arrive at the seminar location at least 30 minutes prior to the seminar start time for registration.

Do not be late!

Things To Know and Bring To the Seminar
Bring Your USA Hockey Officiating Registration Card/Number (if available)
Paper and Pencil.

Rulebook (if available)

New officials – if you are new to officiating, you can only attend a Level 1 seminar
The following equipment is required to participate in the ice session:
Helmet – with or without 1/2 shield
Skates
Whistle

Returning officials:
Full equipment
Rulebook (if available)

The seminar requires that you are in attendance for the entire event!
No late arrivals.
No early dismissal.
A few seminars are part of a series of sessions in which attendance to all sessions is mandatory. Be aware of this before selecting the seminar you choose to attend.

Unless otherwise specified, there will be NO meals provided. Each participant is responsible to meet their own needs for food and drink.

Levels 2, 3, and 4 – THERE IS A CLOSED BOOK EXAM – BE PREPARED!!!

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In order to comply with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 149, Sections 54 – 105, all officials must reach the age of 14 prior to being allowed to officiate USA Hockey games within the Massachusetts District. ┬áIn addition, all officials age 14 to 17 must submit the proper documentation to the league(s) they work for prior to being assigned any games. M.G.L. Chapter 149 also restricts officials age 14 to 17 on the number of hours they can work in a day and the times of day they are allowed to officiate.

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