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The cost of the program is expected to be $40 which will include access to the on-line section of the course as well as additional resources required to complete the course.
Details of this course can be located on the following website:
Cricket Australia’s Representative Officiating Accreditation Program which replaces the old Level Two Umpire Accreditation course. It has been developed to meet the training and education needs of umpires who officiate in competitions affiliated with State Cricket Associations. These umpires may be:
It aims to provide umpires officiating at all levels below first class with an appropriate level of competency. The program has a theoretical component, a series of workshops designed to explore the skills and competencies required by match officials and finally an on field assessment of the applicant’s ability to apply the theoretical and practical material under match conditions. This course is being redesigned in order bring the material into line with the current Laws of Cricket and ensure application these Laws and techniques are appropriate to the modern game.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be recognised through the awarding of a certificate and ID card, and your name will be registered on the Cricket Australia and the Australian Sports Commission data bases of accredited umpires.
The Representative Officiating program is offered to umpires who are currently umpiring in an official competition affiliated to a State Cricket Association at an all up cost expected to be in area of $100.
The current course is book based course and is self-paced. The redesigned course will be a mixture of on-line learning, practical techniques enhanced by video, demonstrations and role plays as well as some book based learning.
The competency based component of this program is assessed by an Accreditation Supervisor appointed by the local State Umpire Manager.
Attention all young cricket enthusiasts! Do you have a passion for the game and a love for fair play? Then the Junior Cricket Umpire Program is perfect for you!
Our program is designed to train young cricket lovers to become skilled umpires. With expert guidance and support from experienced mentors, you will learn the rules of the game, how to make confident decisions on the field, and how to manage players and coaches.
Not only will you be gaining valuable skills and experience, but you will also be making a positive impact on the sport you love.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to become a part of the cricket community and develop your skills as an umpire. Enrol in the Junior Cricket Umpire Program today and take your first steps towards a rewarding and fulfilling role in the world of cricket!
The purpose of the Junior Umpire Program is to introduce and train young people (usually aged 12-18) in the skills and knowledge necessary to become a cricket umpire. The purpose of this program is to help young people develop an interest in and understanding of the game, and to provide them with an opportunity to learn and practice the skills necessary to become a successful umpire.
The program’s goal is to foster the development of the next generation of umpires and to encourage the participation of young people in the sport. By providing training and educational opportunities, the program aims to help young people develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful umpires, and to provide them with the opportunity to gain valuable experience working in the sport.
Following the success of the first edition of the Junior Umpire Program in May, we are excited to announce three more sessions coming up in 2023, one in each of July, August & September.
1. 26 July 2023 (6:30 PM- 8:30 PM): Donald McDonald Reserve, Black Rock, VIC 3193
2. 2 August 2023 (6 PM- 8 PM): Ted Summerton Reserve, Moe, VIC 3825
3. 6 September 2023 (5 PM – 7 PM): Caulfield Park, Caulfield North VIC 3161
Please visit the below link to register your spot!Register Now!
Welcome to the Umpiring for Women and Girls Program! We are excited to introduce a unique initiative aimed at empowering women and girls to take on the umpiring role in Cricket.
This program is specifically designed to provide an inclusive and supportive environment where women & girls can develop their umpiring skills, gain confidence, and make their mark on the cricket field. Whether you are a beginner or have some prior experience, this program offers a platform for growth, learning, and networking opportunities.
By participating in the Umpiring for Women and Girls Program, you will have the chance to learn from experienced cricket officials, enhance your knowledge of the laws of the game, and refine your decision-making abilities. We believe that Women and Girls have immense potential to excel in the field of umpiring, and we are committed to providing the resources and support needed to help you thrive.
To express your interest and register for the Umpiring for Women and Girls Program, please complete the form here: Umpiring For Women & Girls Program
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to the CV Umpiring team at email@example.comExpress Your Interest Here!
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