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to fulfill your education requirements for re-certification.

This  process is 100% online.

Please go to the USTA Officials Website . Click on Education and Training.

From here, you can access a video tutorial and a user guide to help with any questions. When you are ready, you can also access the USTA Officiating Online Learning Center from this page.

After you sign in, click on "Officiating Disciplines" in order to choose the module that matches the certification you would like to obtain. You will need to complete each course in your chosen module by OCTOBER 1.

It is recommended to "chip away" at this as it will be new to you and you cannot skip over pages.


Plan about 2 hours for the first course called "Getting Started." Tip: Make sure you wait for all demos and videos and click all referenced tabs in order to move forward in the course. LIVE HELP is available while you are doing the courses by navigating to your USTA Officiating homepage (the page that appears after you sign in) and using the "HELP" button on the top right.


USTA New England Documents for Officials:

Guidelines for Junior Events

Officiating Fee Guidelines for USTA Amateur Events

Work Record and Invoice for USTA Amateur Event


Tournament Directors

If you are in need of an official, please contact the section office for a list of certified officials in New England. Contact Patti Roy at Roy@newengland.usta.com.

With general questions, please contact Woody Freeman at Freeman@newengland.usta.com.