All officials have been issued a free Arbiter account as part of the US Lacrosse membership. Those updated will get an email from Arbiter with login instructions.
Your login should be the email address and password associated with your USL membership.ALO submitted the email you registered for the class with.
Anyone not updated or any others you have should call 410-235-6882 ex.102 and state that they want to change their participation to official, and tell the service person the email address that should be on their USL account BEFORE the update is made.
If you work for a league that uses Arbiter to assign games, you will see that account as well. Continue reading
Officials MUST re-certify each and very year in order to maintain their status as US Lacrosse Officials. For the latest information on how to re-certify, check out the Annual Re-Certification page.
The October 25th class for new youth officials us full. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, email Atllacrosseref@gmail.Gmal.com.
Or next training will be this January. Date and time TBD.
In addition we will hold a number of free re-certification courses for all 2014 referees.
US Lacrosse provides training, certification and insurance for youth and adult officials. You can read about the steps needed to complete in order to begin working games here on the US Lacrosse website: Men’s Training and Certification Process
For those under 18 years of age, there are essentially five steps that one must complete in order to become a certified US Lacrosse Official.
If you have ANY questions, please contact Greg Hite at ATL.LacrosseRef@gmail.com or Gordon Corsetti GordonCorsetti@gmail.com.
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ALO plans to hold a new officials class as well as a re-certification class at the end of the 2014 season. Dates and times to be announced. Please check back for details. Continue reading
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