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BECOME

AN OFFICIAL

June 24, 2019
<h2>BECOME</h2>
<h1>AN OFFICIAL</h1>
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Give back and help grow the game of tennis through Officiating.  Officials play an integral role at tournaments at all levels from local community events to professional events by ensuring fair play and sportsmanship. They serve as a Roving Umpire, Line Umpire, Referee or Chief Umpire. Give back to the game of tennis by becoming a USTA Certified Official.
 

Below are the steps to get certified as a USTA Official:

  1. Create an account on OfficialsFirst , the USTA Officiating Database.
  2. Complete the Introduction to Officiating, Rules and Regulations, and Level 1 Roving Umpire courses. Click here to access these courses.
  3. Be in compliance with USTA Safe Play. To get started:  
    • Click here  to access the training and enter the Access Code: SSFD-CST3-95CL-QBN5 (please note that the letters are in CAPS). You will be prompted to create an account (USE THE EMAIL ADDRESS THE USTA HAS ON FILE FOR YOU) and will then have access to your learning dashboard. ADVERTISEMENT From your learning dashboard, there are three 30-minute training modules to complete:
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                  - Education Mandatory Reporting
                  - Emotional and Physical Misconduct
    • Review the USTA Safe Play Conduct, Policies, and Guidelines.
    • Complete the USTA Safe Play background screen application.  We recommend using a desktop or laptop because the verification screens at the end of the application don't fully load on tablets or mobile devices. Once the background screening application has been submitted, you will receive a confirmation email from compliance@ncsisafe.com with your NCSI Application ID number. Results will be generated in approximately 10 business days. When your background screening is completed, you will receive either a green or red light based on the results of your application and the USTA's criteria.
  4. Be a USTA member. (To become a member: click here)
  5. Submit to the USTA  a physician's or optometrist's statement attesting that the official has 20/20 vision, either corrected or uncorrected in each eye. The Vision Form can be downloaded on OfficialsFirst  and then uploaded to your account once completed. Please note that the Vision Form must be dated within the past 12 months.
  6. Contact your Section Chairperson  to set up two days of on-court training/shadowing. After the two days, you will show your knowledge of basic themes described in the training checklist with the Section Chairperson. Following the approval from your Section Chairperson, Foundation 2 Certification will be added to your OfficialsFirst account and you will gain access to events on OfficialsFirst.

 

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