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ATTENTION UMPIRES Here is the link to the On line exam look for the picture attached http://www.netball.asn.au/extra.asp?id=3037&OrgID=1 or just go on to the Netball Australia website under Umpire Accreditation and look for the photo attached, clink on photo and away you go.Umpires wishing to achieve a National badge - Officiating General Principles Course Access is available via Netball NSW websiteselect For Umpires - Courses and then select the ASC Learning Portal that appears in the paragraph as below Introductory Level Officiating General Principles CourseThe Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and Department of Sport & Recreation is pleased to announce that the online Introductory Level Officiating General Principles course is now available on the ASC Learning Portal.The course is aimed at beginner level officials, and covers three modules of training; Self Management, Managing the Competition Environment and People Management. The course takes approximately four hours to complete, and there is assessment included within the course. The online course is available free of charge to Australian officials.Then Select Courses and then PICK THIS ONE, NOT THE COACHING ONE. Umpiring
Umpiring should be an exciting and challenging role, helping the players to enjoy the game and develop the full potential of their skills. This supportive role can be rewarding when it is done to the best of your ability. (Netball Australia)
Philosophy Attributes of a Good Umpire Umpires' Development Program What is a Buddy? Netta Umpiring
OLOR Umpires' Committee will:
OLOR Umpires will:
Attributes of a Good Umpire
Umpires' Development Program
RED → BLUE → WHITE
GREEN → GOLD → NATIONAL
Talent Identified Umpires
Once identified, these umpires are offered;
What is a Buddy?
A buddy is someone who:
Club contact information can be found on the Club Committee page.
Further information may be found at www.netball.asn.au