All officials are expected to perform supervisions, with the exception of the newest (least experienced) members. The supervisions may be handled by the Referee-in-Chief for each community.
Completed supervisions may be handed in to either of the Directors at any General Meeting. They may be handed in on your behalf by the Supervision Coordinator that you work with, or by your peers. If the person to whom a supervisor has entrusted his/her supervisions does not hand them to the Director, the supervisor will be held responsible, and will need to ensure that copies are provided. The Director will not chase down supervision sheets, as it is the responsibility of the individual supervisors to ensure they have completed and provided their supervisions, and there are too many members in the Zone to have to follow up on each individual.
Don't have any supervision forms? Check out these electronic versions, but remember that three copies are needed - one for the official, one for the supervisor, and one for the Central Zone (sent to either the Superivison A or B director, or Rural RIC):
How many supervisions are required? - Level 4, 5, and 6 Officials must complete, and have handed in to the Director of Supervisions, 20 written supervisions by the January General Meeting to maintain your CZRC ranking and to be eligible for playoff assignments, with 6 at the community program level (that is, hockey that is not assigned by CZRC assignors - Pee Wee 5 and below linesmen, all Atom and below). The number for all other officials in the A program is 12 written supervisions, with 4 in the community program;
What are Coordinators? - League supervisor coordinators will be in place for CIS, ACAC, AJHL, CJHL (Jr.B), Midget AAA, Midget AA, Midget A, Bantam AAA, Midget 1 and Bantam 1 and will have a team of supervisors working with them to ensure that these leagues are supervised and ranked appropriately for playoffs each season and to assist the Senior Hockey Committee with rankings.