A strong focus for the 2018 season will again on developing coaching skills in our current umpires, building our umpire numbers and developing skills in our existing umpires. Campbelltown is fortunate in that we have a very experienced team of convenors and national umpires who have put together a comprehensive range of structured events and programs to assist in developing our umpires. Please share the following information with all your members, not just your current umpires.
A free program for newbies of all ages, from all clubs registered with CDNA. This program is led by very experienced national umpires.
The program will commence on Saturday 21 April 2018 during the NetSetGo rounds.
Bring a whistle and rule book. Wear comfortable training clothes and appropriate in the second half of the season.shoes. Bookings are essential. To register click here. A wait list will be created, if necessary, for intakes
For further details contact Thomas Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foundation (Level 1) Accreditation
This is no longer essential to umpire competition games at CDNA, though it is preferred. This accreditation is now provided online by Netball Australia.
To complement this course we will be providing a practical umpiring session. A date will be arranged after the competition starts.
To register contact your club convenor. For information about the course contact Thomas Turner at email@example.com.
Rep carnivals are an excellent opportunity to develop your umpiring skills and meet fellow umpires from across NSW. Expressions of interest to umpire at rep carnivals should be directed to Thomas Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSW Camps(conducted by Netball NSW)
To attend any of the following camps please contact Linda Kable at email@example.com.
B Camp 2018
March 18 at Netball Central at Homebush for all National B badged umpires. See the Netball NSW website for details.
C Camp 2018
This will be held at Netball Central at Homebush for all National C badged umpires. TBA