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Officiating Certification

Both the Level 1 and Level 2 Officiating Courses cost is $40.00 and includes course material.

Curl BC is also offering refreshing/audit courses.Cost: $10.00 fee. Requirement for the refresher is having completed the relevant course. This will be cross referenced with Curl BC and Curling Canada records. Professional development Workshop and Webinar costs vary  for officials vary depending on the event.

Officiating courses for the 2018-19 season will be outlined below. Updates are added as new courses are confirmed.

Event date Event type and location Registration deadline
(11:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted)
2018-2019 2018-19- Professional Development- TBD TBD
 October 13th, 2018  Level 1 Officiating Workshop- 100 MH  Register Here
 October 14th, 2018 Level 2 Officiating Workshop- 100 MH  Register Here
 October 27th, 2018 Level 1 Officiating Workshop-Quesnel  Register Here
 October 28th, 2018 Level 2 Officiating Workshop- Quesnel  Register Here
 November 3rd, 2018  Level 1 Officiating Workshop-Vernon  Register Here
 November 4th, 2018 Level 2 Officiating Workshop- Vernon  Register Here
January 5th, 2019 Level 1 Officiating Workshop-Trail  Register Here
January 6th, 2019 Level 2 Officiating Workshop-Trail  Register Here


For request or host an officiating click here. Primary contact for courses is: Kimberly Dennis

Each year, Curl BC organizes level 1 and level 2 officiating courses at the sites of some regional and most provincial championships. Officiating courses are usually offered anywhere from two months to just prior to the championship.

Courses can be requested by a host committee based on the officiating requirements presented by the curling association in charge of the event, the availability of trained officials in the community, and the needs of the committee.

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Officiating Courses

Curl BC offers two levels of officiating courses to train officials for regional and provincial events. Each level consists of a six-hour course and a practical component working for six games under a certified level 3 head official at a fully officiated event. (Note – levels 4 and 5 are a part of the national Curling Canada program.)

Must be 16 years old to take officiating courses.

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