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OWHA Free Officials Seminar for Females ages 14 and older
Submitted By Michelle Whyte on Thursday, March 4, 2021
Exciting Opportunity for females (ages 14 and older) registered with the OWHA.

 

The OWHA will be hosting a beginner seminar online for young females (ages 14 and older) who wish to become an official for the 2021-2022 season.

 

The focus of this program is to create opportunities for female leaders within the game. 

 

Becoming an official is another one of the pathways that young females can follow to be a part of the Olympic Games.

 

Female athletes that attend will gain valuable officiating knowledge that can be applied within their local and surrounding associations under the mentorship from the OWHA referee supervisors.

 

This opportunity will allow for first time officials to gain their annual Hockey Canada qualification through a free online officiating clinic.

 

We encourage everyone to reach out to their current players and females within your association to encourage their participation.

 

By introducing young females to officiating, we will be providing new opportunities for females and creating future leaders within the OWHA.

 

DATE: March 28, 2021 (Free Online session)

TIME: will be provided once available

LOCATION: Online

In order to attend the session you must register by March 14, 2021

REGISTRAION LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H9V9N7C

 

Kind Regards,
Ontario Women’s Hockey Association
225 Watline Avenue
Mississauga, Ontario
L4Z 1P3
Phone 905-282-9980
Twitter @OWHAhockey
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