National Training Programme
The programme is led by the Development
Committee who coordinates a panel of National Tutors
and National Examiners and
ensures that teaching methods, workshop structure and assessment procedures
A review is currently be undertaken of the procedures and structure of
the training programme. Details of the new Training Programme
and Procedures will be available here shortly.
A summary of the process is given below:
EBUA Markers Course
Details of the new EBUA Markers programme will be available here
New Regional Umpire Applicants
New applicants will undergo training via a Home Study Pack. This
pack contain the Home Study Manual, DVD, Law Book and Module Workbook. The Home Study Pack provides everything that a new
applicant requires in order to take their first assessment.
- Module One is a written open book theory paper supported by the
Home Study Pack
- Module Two is the Regional Umpire Assessment, including measuring
practical and theory questions.
If successfully completed the new applicant will be awarded an
EBUA Regional Umpire certificate valid for 4 years.
Regional Umpire to National Umpire
Umpires wishing to upgrade from Regional Level to National Level must
complete the following modules of training and have at least 2 years
- Module 8 is a theory workbook supported by the Home Study
- Module 9 is a practical workshop
- Module 10 is a practical and theory assessment
If successfully completed the Regional Umpire will be awarded an
EBUA National Umpire certificate valid for 4 years.
The Training and Development of Umpires is an ongoing process and each
qualified member must complete a four yearly training and assessment module:
- Module 7 is a 4 yearly workshop and assessment
Whilst attending the workshop an assessment will be carried out to
competence of the measuring exercises, deportment and knowledge of the laws.