Development Program

PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE NOT SEMINARS FOR NEW OFFICIALS!

They are intended for CURRENT USA Hockey registered officials ONLY!

GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

The AHAI/IHOA General Development Program is announcing a NEW online registration system for all sessions.

To get username and password enter your e-mail address. Then log in to reserve your spot for the upcoming session(s).

((*The username and password is different from the assigning sign-in.*))

Please register to attend at (Attendance is free):
https://secure.offserv.com/ihoa/members/dir.asp?dir=log

**If Ice is scheduled full equipment is Required**

**Space is limited.**

 General Development Program Guidelines
Officials must:

  • Be IHOA registered and  in good standing
  • Register in advance via email
  • Wear full officiating equipment for all ice sessions
  • Have a positive attitude and willingness to learn

 

 

ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: 2016-17 season
***BY INVITE ONLY***

 

Advanced Development Program Try-out Schedule

CLOSED for the 2016-17 season

IHOA Members can try-out for this program each August.

Please follow this link and request a password into your IHOA members area to reserve your spot at http://secure.offserv.com/ihoa/members/

((*The username and password is different from the assigning sign-in.*))

Attendance at ONE of these two tryouts is MANDATORY! Full officiating gear is required.

Date Time Location Class/Ice Topic
**Full gear is REQUIRED for all on ice sessions.**

If you have any questions regarding this program or its design, contact Erin Blair: officialsdevelopment@ahai2.org

Advanced Development Programs Guidelines
Officials must:

  • Have 3 years of officiating experience
  • Have experience level at bantam level or above in the two-official system
  • Attend all monthly classroom sessions (October thru January)
  • Attend one (1) General Development power skating session a month
  • Participation in the IHOA mentor program
  • Be capable to work games utilized in the program to advance officials
  • Possess the basic skills needed to work higher level games
  • Have a positive attitude and willingness to learn

 

For more information, check out the Facebook page: IHOA Development Program