ASSOCIATE OFFICIALS PROGRAM 2021
Due to pandemic and related restrictions, the 2021 AO Training Program has been completely re-designed and will be much different than prior year's programs.
Here are the steps AO's need to follow in 2021 to become Certified- the steps are described in detail on the Certification Page (click link or go to menu above).
✔ NOMINATION PROCESS
✔ REGISTRATION PROCESS
✔ TRAINING SESSION 1
✔ ONLINE QUIZ
✔ TRAINING SESSION 2
✔ CERTIFICATION TEST
✔ LIVE ONLINE UPDATES AND Q&A SESSION
✔ MENTORING (New AO's) AND EVALUATIONS (Returning and Senior AO's)
ASSOCIATE OFFICIALS STATUS
NEW ASSOCIATE OFFICIAL -If you have never officiated games, you are a New AO. This status also applies to those of you who may have taken the AO training in 2020 but never got to officiate a game.
RETURNING ASSOCIATE OFFICIAL - If you officiated games in 2018 and/or 2019, you are considered to be a Returning AO
SENIOR ASSOCIATE OFFICIAL - If you are a Senior in High School and have officiated for one or two seasons, you may be eligible to become a Senior AO