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The official’s registration fee is collected with the application and must be paid when the application is submitted in order for the application to be processed.
All revenue generated from the registration fees is used to cover the day-to-day operations the Officiating Program.
Finally, in many cases, the officials are perceived to be the only people involved who are getting paid, so the USA Hockey Board of Directors feel strongly that the cost of our Education program should be funded strictly by our officiating membership, hence the independent registration fee and program.
The Officiating Program Directory is located at using the District Directory link appearing under the OFFICIALS tab.
Information about completing the Open Book Rules Exam will be sent to you from the National Office upon receipt of your application and registration fee.
For those who register online, an email will be sent with information on how to complete the online Open Book Exam.
In this instance, you will need to contact the Local Supervisor of Officials for location-specific information.
USA Hockey offers online registration for all officials.
The Playing Rules and Casebook and all Officiating Manuals are also available for (PDF) download online at the Rule Book & Resources page under the OFFICIALS tab.
Once you arrive at the Directory page, select your USA Hockey District using the appropriate links and find your District RIC and Local Supervisor contact information at your district page.
The Open Book Rules Exam can accessed online at the Officials website 24-hours after online registration.
USA Hockey has no minimum or maximum ages for officials.
It is highly recommended that officials not work games of their own age classification or higher, regardless of level attained.
This is not done on the officiating side for a variety of reasons.