Referee Information

 

Awards

Awards

Every year, three awards are given out to a select few of our referees to recognize potential, dedication, and hard work. 2014-15 South Winnipeg Officiating Program Award Winners Most Promising Referee -- Noah Yaworsky Most Deserving -- Shane Latour Most...
Clinics

Clinics

SWHA is hosts a Level I Clinic in October. It is strongly recommended that all Level I officials attend that one. Every referee must sign up for a clinic every year. All Officials Clinics will be available for information purposes usually in August. Click...
FAQ

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions How old do I have to be to start refereeing? How do I register? What level do I register at? If I was a level 2 last year, can I register as a level 3 this year? Do I pay insurance? Do I need to pass the ...
Forms & Manuals

Forms & Manuals

SWHA Direct Deposit Form 2016-17 Hockey Winnipeg Game Fees 2017-18 Hockey Winnipeg Online Report Form Hockey Manitoba Fee Structure 2016-17 Hockey Manitoba/Hockey Canada Bulletins Hockey Manitoba Reporting Procedures Physical Abuse...
Game Assignments

Game Assignments

Assigning Guidelines Pre-season The Twins hold a small pre-season tournament in September at the Iceplex.  Various teams have exhibition games in September and October.  Assignments will be directed to benefit slotting new referees and promoting ret...
Hockey Winnipeg Rules

Hockey Winnipeg Rules

Hockey Winnipeg Special Rules Referees:  For all three-man system games, the referee shall mail the "HW Official Game Report" to the HW Office. The Area Association will provide envelopes (which will be placed inside each dressing room.) SR-6 Reporting ...
Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

Description: The program will specifically target officials entering their 1st year of officiating. Thus, the program will be targeted to House League as this is the level in which those officials begin. They are targeted because the players, parents,...
New Officials

New Officials

What All New Officials Need to Know https://www.youtube.com/embed/RH3RWXwa6NA Welcome to Hockey Manitoba’s Officiating Program. As a new official here are a few key things that you will need to know: In order to officiate you must be 13 years o...

Rankings

Reclassification At various points throughout the year, the officiating committee will re-assess each official's current ranking by using on-ice mentorships as well as formal and informal supervisions. This does not mean that each supervision would...

Supervision Program

Our goal is to provide each Level I and II with at least two supervisions over the course of the year. They will be coordinated by the Officials' Development Director, Miguel Marcoux. As the typical referee receives only 5 hours of class time and one...

SWHA Officiating Committee

Objectives 1. Efficiently administer South Winnipeg officiating. 2. Recruitment and development of the best possible officials. 3. Meet the officiating and communication needs of the area association as effectively as possible. 4. Design...