Profiling of Umpires
All those wishing to attend any of our umpiring courses or tests must have completed an Umpires Profile form. This is to ensure we are to provide you with up to date information. In addition we are able to monitor your beginners award and the date you need to retake this award or progress to your C Award.
AENA Beginner Award Assessment
Those wishing to become qualified should be affiliated to AENA.
The theory test paper is normally taken in the week following the course. The practical test is normally organised 2 – 3 times per year.
AENA ‘C’ Award Umpiring Course
Who Should Attend?
Affiliated members of AENA (either individual or via schools), club players, Little League personnel and Teachers. Those with umpiring experience either at League or AENA Beginner level.
AENA Duty of Care Workshop
We advise that all umpires, scorers and timekeepers working with children attend the England Netball Duty of Care course
Emergency Aid for Netball umpires and coaches
Who should attend?
A must for all sports coaches, a five hour Emergency Aid Course with an emphasis on sports injury.
The course covers:
- Assessment of an unconscious person
- Recovery position
- Rescue breathing (mouth to mouth, etc)
- Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- Basic treatment on bleeding
- Recognition and basis treatment of fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains
Taken by a Health & Safety Executive approved tutor
Annual Umpiring Clinic
Our annual clinic aims to bring all umpires together to provide information on topics of interest.
Do you have suggestions for topics? Are their rules you don’t understand, does something need clarifying? Send in your ideas for the Clinic – we will do our best to include them.
Are you interested in becoming a tester and helping new umpires to achieve the Beginners Award?
Testers need to have a ‘C’ Award or above Umpiring qualification.