Welcome to G.V.M.H.A. officials page.
Please make sure that once you've completed the user application (Small blue font on main page) that you configure days off and personal details.
Note: Adult officials require a CRC every 3 years (before signing up for the clinic). There is a link to get your CRC online during sign up. Please bring a copy of the “CRC in progress” to the clinic.
Your clinic fee will be reimbursed once you have officiated 6 games.
Signing up for a Clinic
Please visit the above webpage to sign up for a clinic in our area.
Current Clinics Posted on e-hockey Canada:
Salmon Arm : September 6
Chase: September 9
Kelowna: September 17
Princeton: September 23
Lumby: September 23
Kamloops: September 24
Vernon: TBD (Rescheduled from Oct 8 / Variable date of either September 10 or 24)
If you are a first year official, please sign up for officiating university as a pre-requisite to signing up for an officiating clinic in our area.
If you are a current official or new to town here is how to contact me:
Referee In Chief - Mark Trznadel
Email: email@example.com ***Preferred***
If you have done a clinic this year that was not ours please send me an email stating where you did the clinic. If you are a new official that did a clinic elsewhere you need to register in RAMP for me to start assigning you games, see link below.
*Click Here* Ramp Assigning and Availability InstructionsClick Here*
*Click Here* Ramp Assigning First Time Login *Click Here*
DIRECT DEPOSIT FORM - payments will be made on the 15th of each month directly to your bank account
Adults (age 18 and older) will have to have a Criminal Record Check done prior to registering for the clinic. A CRC is required every 3 years. You cannot even register for a clinic now without having the CRC registered with BCAHA now so get them done.
Please ensure that all game sheets are filled out properly; including the arena, start and finish times, and clearly print and sign your full name. Game sheets are legal documents, and it is the officials responsibility to ensure the accuracy of the information it contains. Please review game sheet data before and after the game.
Game Reports: All game reports are done online through the ehockeycanada website.