UMPIRE INFORMATION

BEGINNER UMPIRING

CALLING
'TEAM WHITE'
if you are looking to become an umpire in the rdnl, there is plenty of friendly and experienced support to hand!
 
the rdnl have a great umpiring team who will guide and mentor you through your local training, in preparation for your c award assessment.
 
there is no cost to you for the local training & we will also reimburse you for the cost of the c award assessment itself. we do ask however that you:
whether you already have your level c award, or you are looking to learn umpiring with the view to becoming qualified, we would love to hear from you.
 
- provide your own finger whistle (approx £3),
 
- provide a hair band (or something similar) for putting on your hand to control centre passes; and most importantly
 
- ensure you are 100% committed to training and coaching sessions.
facebook - umpiring community
aena accreditation pathway
rdnl beginner umpires
umpire corner
[ click image to enlarge ]
[ click to visit pages ]
for more information please contact us
FROM BEGINNER TO C AWARD
NAME
EMAIL
PHONE
YOUR MESSAGE
TEAM NAME (IF APPLICABLE)
Submit
 
Attend a beginner umpire session on a Monday evening for 4 consecutive weeks – commitment to attend all 4 weeks is essential and you must be affiliated with England Netball.  1 course will be run per season and limited to a maximum of 12 people; 
 
Book on and attend the C Umpire course.  Course dates can be found here
 
 
Be available on Wednesday evenings for division 3 & 4 games.  You will be allocated to a game and be mentored;
 
Once approved to umpire for division 3 games, be available for division 2 games.  You will be allocated a game and be mentored;
 
On agreement with your mentor, prepare for your C Umpire assessment.  This will include a written paper, a bleep fitness test and a practical assessment.  RDNL will pay for the cost of the assessment..
1
2
3
4
5
RDNL Netball Player
RDNL Netball Player
RDNL Netball Player