2019 Training Resources



The WCLOA is pleased to offer the following training resources. Please click on the links to see each resource.

WCLOA Certification Examinations:
The NFHS and CONNY  exams are REQUIRED for all members. Minimum passing grade is 85. The NCAA exam is optional for officials with a minimum of three years experience.  STRICT deadlines to taking the exams. NO EXTENSIONS.

NFHS Exam - REQUIRED FOR ALL WCLOA MEMBERS

Minimum passing grade is 85

2019 Printable Test

 

NCAA Exam - 3 YEARS WCLOA EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Minimum passing grade is 80

2019 Printable Test


CONNY Exam - REQUIRED FOR ALL WCLOA MEMBERS

Minimum passing grade is 85


Interactive Rules Forum -

WCLOA Rules Discussion Forum

Rules, Mechanics and Game Management

NCAA Experienced 3 Man Pregame Overview

NCAA New 3 Man Pregame Overview

NFHS New 2 Man Pregame Overview

Crease Play Video

Coaches Certification Cards

NOCSAE Recertification Sticker

Keys to Calling Personal

Keys to Calling Technical Fouls

Crease Play Video

Penalty Enforcement
Simultaneous Dead Ball and Multiple Fouls
Penalty Enforcement
Game Management

2 Man Mechanics (undated 2018)

3 Man Mechanics (updated 2018)



Arbiter Information

AribterPay WalkThrough

How to Block Dates and Times


2018 NFHS Rules Changes -

Rules Video

Rule Changes Presentation


2018 NFHS and NCAA Rules

NFHS and NCAA Rule Differences

NCAA Lacrosse Rules Video - Coming



2019 CONNY

USL Clarification Memo

Quick Reference Guide (a.k.a. Cheat Sheet)

CONNY Junior & Senior Rules

CONNY Lightning Rules


2019 MLL (Men's League)

CTNY Update Rules


More Training Respouces:

USL Rules 1 and 2 Explanation
USL Rule 4 Play of the Game
USL Rule 5 and 6 Violations and Fouls
USL Rule 7 Penalty Enforcement
USL Foul and Signal Activity - Identification
Conducting The Pre-Game
Simultaneous and Dead Balls Fouls
Scorecard: Easy Print
Keys to Calling Personal Fouls
Keys to calling Technical Fouls
Off-Ball Officiating
Rule Clarifications Memo

Concussion Protocol Memo

Bench Protocol and The Harpole Case - Why It Matters



 
W-9 Form