Attend a referee clinic as scheduled by regional referee chair. Receive minimal grade of 84% on the USAV A or B written/on-line examination. (all exams must be corrected to 100% with rule references). Receive one (1) passing rating from a National or Junior National referee.
The Professional Association of Volleyball Officials offers its own training and certification program. Some areas of the country use PAVO rules in their high school game administration. USA Volleyball offers an extensive library of training modules and videos to assist volleyball referees in their understanding of the game. Regional training, testing and certification is offered as well.
A USA Volleyball National referee who does not attend the required tournaments during any certification period, and does not ask for the one-year extension of certification, will be placed on a ...
Here is a general outline of the steps required to become a USAV certified referee: Become a member of the New England Region of USA Volleyball. NOTE: To referee USAV events, you will also need to have passed a USAV background check and complete the SafeSport Training as mandated by the USOC. Through the USAV online training program (not in place right now), register for and view the New Referee Training materials, which includes a referee exam (can be done open book).
For Adult (18 or older) Professional Referee certification- must have held a current Regional 1 certification for 1 year before applying for Regional 2. To become certified or re-certified as a Regional 2 referee you must complete the following: Be a current member in good standing within the Carolina Region – USA Volleyball;
Volleyball referee training and the 3 Stages of Officiating. Stage One of Officiating "No idea what just happened." This is where most start their officiating career. Just learning the ropes and trying to remember everything you ever heard about officiating a volleyball match. Basically just trying to remember when to blow the whistle.
Initial Level 1 online certification requirements: 1. View complete video rules clinic (4 parts). 2. Pass the rules test with at least a score of 86. (50 questions) 3.
The Officials Assembly, comprised of officials from all roles and levels, helps the recruitment, education, certification, deployment and retention of officials throughout volleyball. See who represents you on the OA and in other roles.
Volleyball BC: Geared specifically towards volleyball enthusiasts based in British Columbia, Canada, Volleyball BC wants to get people involved in the game. The site features resources for players, coaches, and officials alike, as well as all age groups and performance levels.