Michel Voyer 2009 Birmingham Memorial Award Recipient ECHL
Since 1987, Michel Voyer has directed the best and most
well known annual instructional camp for ice hockey officials in
North America. The camp has sent over 300
graduates on to officiating careers in minor and professional
hockey. The camp is open for all officials, from beginners who want
to break into the game amateur level to experienced officials who
want to keep their game at the highest possible level. This is the
school of opportunities, attracting junior and professional
supervisors looking to hire new recruits, it will give you the best
exposure that you deserve.
Mike Leggo, NHL Referee, 2014 olympics
A professional dedicated administrative staff allows the on
ice staff to concentrate on one on one student development.
The focus on small groups and individual attention makes instructing
the students a pleasure. If your goal is to be a better hockey official
this is THE best development school I have ever been a part of!
Shane Heyer, NHL Linesman 2010 Winter Olympics
A top notch facility with a great atmosphere for growth as
Rob Shick, NHL Supervisor
In my career, I have been involved with many
officials’camps. The California Referee School by far, offers the
best instructions for officials.
Don Adam, Power Skating Instructor, NCHC Director of officiating
The California Referee School has quickly become one of the
most reputable and respected officiating camps in the United
States. Officials at each and every level will benefit from high
level instruction from some of the NHL’s finest officials!
I started attending the California referee School at the
age of 13, 10 years of attending the school gave me the exposure and
the proper foundation that enabled me to be hired by the USA Hockey
official Development Program and singing a contract as the first
foreigner to referee in the Swedish Elite league and Hockey
The CRS school is a great way for officials to showcase
their talents while sharpening their skills. This school has
provided us the chance to find some very talented officials in some
non-traditional hockey areas. Whether your a veteran official
trying to move up the officiating latter or a new official- this
school has something to offer you.