National Umpire Development Framework

 

2018 DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK & POLICIES CLICK HERE

2018 ACCREDITATION SYSTEM CLICK HERE

 

Accreditation Courses

 

MYNETBALL COURSE ENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS CLICK HERE

 

Foundation Course – Now online $35

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CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW

 

Rules of Netball Theory Exam – Free Online

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CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW

Badge Accreditation

C Badge Accreditation Process: 3 sections to complete.

1 Foundation Umpire Online Course

2 Rules of Netball Theory Examination (70% or above)

3 Completion of a successful practical test on a local game

 

B Badge Accreditation Process: 3 sections to complete.

1 Foundation Umpire Online Course

2 Rules of Netball Theory Examination (80% or above)

3 Completion of a successful practical test on a local game

 

For A, AA (All Australian) and IUA (International Umpires Award) please refer to the National Umpire Development Framework 2018

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

CLICK HERE  FOR BADGE COMPETENCIES

 

Presenters/Testers

Umpire Presenters and Testers that are no longer umpiring must hold a current (within the last 4 years) Rules of Netball Theory Exam pass mark relevant to their badge level to be eligible to present and/or test as part of the National Umpire Accreditation System.

 

Please Note: It is a compulsory requirement of Netball Australia for Associations to submit all umpire assessment test sheets before an accreditation is awarded. If an association doesn’t submit a test sheet – the awarding of the accreditation will be withheld until done so.

 

Updating for Badged Umpires

Your accreditation lasts 4 years from the date you completed it. On court umpires are required to complete a series of tasks over a four-year period following their successful attainment of either Netball Australia C, B, A or AA Badge. Netball Australia recommends that all umpires who attain their badge (become accredited) continue to upgrade their knowledge, skills and competencies.

Netball Australia requires an umpire to reach the specified number of points of updating activity to remain accredited at the relevant badge level. In the case of the A and AA badge, an umpire must successfully complete the practical assessment in addition to the required points to be updated. CLICK HERE for a detailed explanation of updating criterion.

CLICK HERE for for information.