|Background Checks||To complete the background check online, please go to the following links:|
Criminal Record Search Certificate (CRSC):
Residents of Winnipeg can obtain their CRSC through the Winnipeg Police Service:
Criminal Record Search Certificate
All Manitoba residents can also obtain their CRSC through myBackCheck.com:
Non-Winnipeg residents can also go to their local RCMP detachment with two pieces of identification.
You can find the RCMP Detachment closest to you here
Child Abuse Registry Check:
All Manitoba residents can obtain their Child Abuse Registry Check through the following link:
Child Abuse Registry Check
If you register with a League on the NRS, please email the receipt to: email@example.com.
|For all Referees||FIVB released the newest edition of the FIVB Multimedia Teaching Material For Referees. This is a great resource for Rules, Referee Guidelines, Casebook, and Videos.|
|Novice / Level 1 Clinics||For any group that is interested in hosting a Novice or Level 1 clinic, or if any individual is interested in taking a Level 1 clinic, please contact Volleyball Manitoba. See below on Becoming a Referee.|
|Volleyball Canada Referee Guidelines and FAQs
Volleyball Canada Referee Guidelines and FAQs
are available online.
The FIVB Casebook is also available.
|Referee Supplies||Referee Supplies are available for purchase to all MVOA Registered Referees. To view the list of supplies and their cost, go to the Supplies Page.|
|Match Scheduling App||Become a Referee|
|Our new Scheduling App is ready!
If you are a new user, or you need help using the scheduling app, you can download help on the Documents page.
|The Manitoba Volleyball Officials Association trains and appoints referees to volleyball matches within Manitoba.
To become a referee, please go to Volleyball Manitoba or see above for more information.
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