Recognized by the National Hockey League (NHL), the Certified Ice Technician (CIT) is the most highly regarded professional designation for ice rink operations professionals in North America.
The CIT professional designation is offered by the United States Ice Rink Association to it's members in the United States through an exclusive licensing agreement with the Ontario Recreation Facilities Association (ORFA).
To achieve the CIT professional designation with the United States Ice Rink Association, an individual must meet the following criteria:
- Successfully complete the BAR, IMEO and IMPT courses with the United States Ice Rink Association (100% attendance & pass exams).
- Be a current member (Individual, Facility or Vendor) of the United States Ice Rink Association.
- Note: Only those members that live and work in the United States are eligible to achieve the CIT professional designation through the United States Ice Rink Association.
CIT professional designation maintenance criteria:
- Individuals who achieve the CIT professional designation must maintain an annual membership (Individual, Facility or Vendor) with the United States Ice Rink Association to keep their professional designation valid.
- Individuals who have been awarded the CIT professional designation by the United States Ice Rink Association are required to complete and pass a recertification exam every five years from the year their CIT was originally achieved.
For more information, contact John Monteleone - Director, Education 719.538.1514 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our CIT Directory to view all Current Certified Professionals.