E-Hockey Accounts For New Officials

August 23, 2017

To sign up for an officiating clinic you must have an account on Hockey Canada’s E-Hockey website- http://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca. If you are already registered with Hockey Canada as a player or coach you should be able to use the same account to register for a clinic. If you do not have an account on E-Hockey you must create one in order to register for a clinic. Please note that you must be 12 years old in order to register for a clinic.

To create an account on Ehockey:

Step 1-Go to the E Hockey Website- http://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca

Step 2– Click on the Create an account link- which will take you to a page that tells you what you need to do to complete the account.

Step 3– You will then put in all the information that is required to create your account. –If you are a parent signing up for the account this will be your information

Step 4– You will then need to add a participant, this is where you will add the person who is going to be registering for the officiating clinic. *PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL THE INFORMATION IS COMPLETED CORRECTLY. AS THIS IS THE ONLY WAY THAT CLINIC COORDINATORS WILL HAVE TO GET A HOLD OF YOU IF NEED BE.*

Sign Up for Clinic

Step 1– Once all this has been completed you will be able to register for a clinic. To do this click on the Sign up for a Clinic tab. There you will select the participant that is signing up for the clinic.

Step 2– Select the official clinic in the type drop down menu or type the city to find the clinic.

Step 3– Once you find the clinic you want, click the Sign up button under the Actions section.

Step 4– Once you get to this part you will be asked to review the information about the clinic and go through from here.

If you are a FIRST YEAR OFFICIAL you will be asked to complete a Hockey University online program BEFORE coming to the clinic.To sign up for this program on the E-Hockey website you will select *HU – ONLINE Officiating 1/2 on the type drop down menu and click sign up and follow the directions from there.

For more information about clinics please visit the Clinics page.

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