OVA referees play a key role within the volleyball community ensuring match play occurs in accordance with Volleyball Canada rules. OVA referees can be assigned to referee a range of matches including: OVA tournaments (Indoor Youth Competitions and OVA Beach Tour); Provincial Championships; OUA and OCAA matches; high school games; and other events.
REFEREE OPERATIONS. Andy Cameron Email: RefereesOperations@ontariovolleyball.org. REFEREE PROGRAMS. Jason Dodd Email: RefereesPrograms@ontariovolleyball.org. REFEREE QUALITY ASSURANCE. Bob Rocque Email: RefereesQualityAssurance@ontariovolleyball.org. BEACH CHAIR (BRC) John Gillis Email: BRC@ontariovolleyball.org. Regional Referee Chairs REGION 1 RRC. Al Tkachuk (West)
OVA clubs are the lifeblood of the Association. They assemble and manage teams to participate in competitions, recruit and train coaches and volunteers, host events, and disseminate resources to members. The OVA offers accreditation programs for Clubs through Volleyball Canada, and resources to start your own club.
The OVA Referee Engagement Centre is an information hub and community forum for referees with important resources to continue learning and navigating a safe return to sport. Resources include: OVA and VC Return to Play documents. Modified rules of the game & Event Protocols - for playing volleyball during the pandemic.
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First, read below for the qualifications required to become a certified referee. Secondly, for local, provincial clinic dates and locations, contact your Provincial/Territorial Association. Regional (Indoor only), national and international clinic information can be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
Coordinator (Former Employee) - Greater Toronto Area, ON - 18 June 2018. I had a very pleasurable time working with the Ontario Volleyball Association. A typical day at work looked like getting to the venue 1-2 hours earlier than the tournament, setting up the nets, referee stands, and creating pool A, B and C charts for all teams entered.
Manager, National Office Lucie Leclerc firstname.lastname@example.org Manager, Para High Performance Nicole Ban email@example.com Manager, Referee Development Ryan Bunyan firstname.lastname@example.org Manager, Sport Development James Sneddon email@example.com Coordinator, Administration & Partnerships Cassandra Nicol firstname.lastname@example.org
The Volleyball Canada Officials Committee publishes on an annual basis the Referee Guidelines for Referees in Canada 2021 - 2022.The goal of this document is to standardize the interpretation of the rules, the mechanics of the Referees, and the game procedures used in the match throughout Canada.