Please note that successfully completing the US Lacrosse training and the passing the exam does not guarantee new officials games. ALO does NOT assign games. New officials need to contact the assignors for the league or the teams in their areas and request assignments.
Visit the Games page for more info.
The Hembree Class was initially scheduled for the September 13 and the Central Park class was scheduled for September 20.
Below are the two links, please choose the one that was set up for your class
Participants MUST have passed both the NFHS and Youth test online via Arbiter with at least an 80% Send me your scores when you request a time slot.
Please choose the date that you were assigned. Click on the link and the time slots are listed; there are four slots per game.
Hembree Class (Roswell)
Central Park Class (Cumming)
Completing the Men’s Game Officiating Online Course, or what we call the “Webinar,” is a requirement for all Level I US Lacrosse officials. US Lacrosse’s Officials’ Education Program online courses teach fundamental lacrosse rules and penalties through diagrams, video and interactive instruction. This course is exclusively available and FREE to US Lacrosse members. It is required for officials’ certification and STRONGLY recommended for coaches and anyone who wants to understand the rules of the game.
That being said, getting into the course can be a bit wonky. You must be able to log into your US Lacrosse account on the main USL website: USLacrosse.org . You will “purchase” the free course on the main USL site and then move to the USL online education site (uslacrossecourses.org) to actually take the course
These are the most common problems we have encountered:
- Using the Chrome browser on a Mac. Use Safari.
- Not being a registered USL member. Join USL or renew your membership.
- A child’s account being linked to a parent’s account.
Contact email@example.com or call (410) 235-6882 x102 (Mon. – Thu., 8:30 am to 7:00 pm , Fri., 8:30 am to 5:00 pm).
- Logging in with a parent’s account and the class being credited to the parent. Be sure to use your login and password.
Once you have completed the course you will be shown a certificate. Save a copy for your records or be sure to print it and bring to your training class.
If you have problems, do not panic. we very much prefer that you complete the webinar before the class, but it is not a deal breaker. However, you must eventually complete the webinar and will not be allowed to register for field training until you do so.
As always, contact me with any questions.
ALO in partnership with the Metro Atlanta Youth Lacrosse Association (MAYLA), West Forsyth Youth Lacrosse, Newtown Recreation and the Georgia Lacrosse Officials Association (GLOA) is holding a number of boys youth lacrosse officials certification classes this fall. The class and field training is $50.00 and students must be at least 14 years of age and current US Lacrosse members. Please check for the Certification page for a complete list of requirements. Continue reading
Due to the lack of recreation league games over the summer, ALO was unable to put together a summer training class. However, we are in discussions with a number of leagues and are finalizing dates for classes on multiple dates and locations with field training opportunities to follow. Most likely these will begin late August, early September. Please check back for details.