Umpire Training Session

In person at the Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon 10 – 4:30pm

For officiating information, please contact Chief Umpire, Kevin Glessing at or 306-780-9202 ext.8.

Level 2 Umpire Training Session

The Level 2 Umpire Certification will allow a person to Umpire to be Provincial Supervising Umpire and Alternate Head Umpire. Upon completion and upon appointment by CURLSASK, Level 2 Umpires may also be considered for Head Provincial Umpire.

Location – Regina location TBD

December 3, 2022. 9-5pm

Facilitator: Bernadette McIntyre & Heather Tomlin

If you have any questions about the course, please contact

Ice Technicians

Assistant Ice Technician

Ice Techs will be at a Trained status at completion of the workshop. The workshop is suitable for volunteers and assistants working under guidance of a certified curling ice technician. The course is designed to teach assistants, basic maintenance of ice. This program replaces the old Level 1.

Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm

Curling Ice Technician

The Curling Ice Technician (CIT) is designed to teach the Ice Technician how to install curling ice with a review of maintenance procedures. This program replaces the old Level

Participants must have one of the following pre-requisites/statuses:

  • Trained Club Ice Technician Assistant;
  • World Curling Federation – Introduction to Curling Ice Maintenance (online course);
  • 12 months working in a curling facility under the supervision of a Certified Curling Ice Technician;
  • Former Curling Canada Level 1 Ice Technician Course; or
  • Former Facility Operator Assistant training.


Club Coach

The Club Coach will be competent in training curlers from youth to masters, with skill levels of beginning to intermediate. The Club Coach will be proficient in planning and designing a practice/clinic, ethical decision-making, teaching correct curling skills, skill analysis, safety, program management, planning, managing and designing a curling program.

Competition Coach

Coaches who complete the process will become Certified Competition Coach. The coaches will be able to prepare a team to compete in regional and provincial competitions. They will be proficient at planning and executing safe and efficient practices.