Step ONE

Contact krvaoffice@krva.org and let us know your intention of Officiating in the region! We will help you through the process if you have any questions.

Step TWO

– Be a Current KRVA and USA Volleyball member in good standing.

– Register on Webpoint

– Memberships acceptable for officials are: Officials, Adults with Juniors, or Junior player (if under 18).

– Pass the USAV background screening (adults only)

Step THREE

– Complete the SafeSport Certification Training

– Complete the Concussion Awareness Training

– Acquire and submit your PA 153 clearances (required by the state)

Criminal History Record from the PA State Police (PATCH) system
Child Abuse Clearance obtained through the Department of Public Welfare
Fingerprint screening (this does not include volunteers with ten year consistent PA residence) – Service Code: 1KG756

– Complete your Officials Coursework and Pass the Test in the USAV Academy – New officials will take the course titled “KRVA New Referee Training” (sign up instructions here)

– Be rated at the Keystone Rating Rally receive feedback from experienced Officials

Step FOUR

Once you are underway, Check Event Assigning Program page for how to find work officiating in the region.

Again, reach out to krvaoffice@krva.org with any questions and to express your interest. We look forward to you joining our group of distinguished Volleyball
Officials!

Who to Ask

Technical issues with the VRT
(USAV Academy)
Michelle Carlton
commissioner@krva.org
610-737-6944


Assigning, requirements, clearances, events, and general questions
Neal Kenzakowski


Rules, interpretations, ratings, officiating levels, and other general questions
Neal Kenzakowski
Glenn Reid