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Background ChecksTo 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:
http://www.backcheck.ca/sportmanitoba/

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: azadhosein@mvoa.ca.
For all Referees -
Referee Resources
For all Referee Resources such as the Rule Book, Referee Guidelines, FAQs, etc., please go to the Referee Resources tab.
Novice / Level 1 ClinicsFor 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.
Referee SuppliesReferee Supplies are available for purchase to all MVOA Registered Referees.  To view the list of supplies and their cost, please go to the Supplies Page.
Level 1 ClinicsScheduled Level 1 clinics:
  • Level 1 - October 14, 2017 at Sport for Life Centre (145 Pacific Avenue in Winnipeg). Registration fee is $50. To register, please click the registration link.


Match Scheduling App Become a Referee
MVOA Scheduling App Manitoba Volleyball Association
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.
If you encounter problems, please contact our Webmaster at web@mvoa.ca.