Regional Leadership Competitions - LOCAL CHAPTER ONLINE EVENT

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Wisconsin HOSA will host regional leadership competitions virtually. Members compete through their local chapter schools. To qualify for a competitive event at the State Leadership Conference, members in the secondary division must first compete at Regional Leadership Competitions.  


All policies and procedures are outlined in the Wisconsin HOSA Competitive Events webpage.

December 1, 2021

SS Members Select One Competitive Event - competitors prepare for events and qualifying levels thereafter

December 1-10, 2021 - Registration Window 

Cost: Competitors $15, Advisors - no fee ($0) but must be registered if they have competitors. Late registrations may be accepted through December 14th with a one time chapter late fee of $25.

December 10, 2021 

Chapter Online Testing Proctors added in HOSA Online System

December 15, 2021 

Regional Leadership Competitions Q&A Zoom Session 7:30PM

January 5, 2022

Online Testing Proctors will receive their instructions and access to the online testing system for student testing logins.

January 7, 2022

All RLC registered advisors and competitors will be emailed the RLC instructions.

January 9, 2022

RLC Opening Session and Competitor Orientation 7:00 pm

January 10-14, 2022

Local Online Testing with a proctor, ThingLink events, and competitor Tallo submissions window

January 29, 2022

LIVE Competitive Events over Zoom (refer to for a list of events)

February 9, 2022

RLC Recognition Session - State Qualifiers will be announced at 7:00 pm.

RESULTS at the regional level will be based on individual or team achievement.

Competitors/teams can achieve a rating certificate of Gold [80%+], Silver [79.99-60%], and

Bronze [59.99% or lower]. The percentage score is calculated by points earned out of the

points possible for each event. Certificate level does not guarantee advancement to SLC. 


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