We are always looking for Swim Team Parents to be educated on legal strokes and meet officiating.  If you have the time and you want to earn some volunteer hours before the season even starts please consider attending one of the official training dates.  To receive credit hours you must attend the training, take the test, and register with ODSL through our Team Representative:  Andrew Priftis at [email protected]  Below is the information for ODSL training this year:

                                             2023 Instructions Coming Soon



ODSL offers training for Stroke & Turn, Starter and Referee. This is a great way to contribute to the team, gain valuable volunteer hours and get one of the best views of the pool during a swim meet. Families will be awarded 3.5 volunteer hours upon passing the on-line test and filing all appropriate paperwork prior to the league deadline.


Persons interested in this training are asked to sign up on our team website under the Team Functions Tab/ODSL Officials Clinics/Job Signup at the bottom of the page. No other registration is necessary. Training will be held on the following dates and times at Claude Moore Recreation Center, the last hour of each session is for Starter and Referee.


Saturday, May 2, 2015 (8:00am - 10:00am) – Stroke & Turn Only.


Wednesday, May 20, 2015 (6:00pm – 9:00pm) – Stroke & Turn, Starter

& Referee.


Saturday, May 30, 2015 (8:00am – 11:00am) – Stroke & Turn, Starter &



ODSL has moved to on-line testing with automatic scoring of your exams. You will know immediately if you have passed your exam(s). Please click the following ODSL Tests to be taken to the ODSL On-line test site. All those passing the test must notify the Team Representative and fill out the Certification Page, all Officials should complete this document and turn it into your Team Representative who is responsible for submitting it to the league no later than June 10th. The On Line Test  will be “turned on” May 1, 2015 at 12:00pm (noon) and will close on June 10, 2015 at 12:00am (midnight).


PVS and CSL training is allowed but the the following procedure MUST be followed: The on-line alternate officials training verification form must be printed and taken with you to the training, signed off on by the trainer and turned into your Team Representative for the training to count. In addition, the ODSL Team Representative must be notified by all persons taking the training and of passing the online test. The Team Representative will turn in a team list by June 10, 2015. Anyone not on the Team Representatives list will not be certified for the 2015 season. The following link will take you to the ODSL’s Officials Test Center that has the information you will need to complete all tests and forms: 




Certification lasts for two years.


All ODSL Officials must wear the official’s shirt provided by ODSL and

navy shorts/pants/skirt to all meets they are officiating.

Should you have any questions, please e-mail Andrew Priftis, ODSL

Team Representative.