This course is designed to give new umpires the key skills, knowledge and confidence to stand as an umpire in cricket. No prior experience of umpiring in cricket is required before attending the course.
Post course, learners will have the confidence and competence to go and umpire at appropriate levels within recreational cricket.
When is the course?
The course will take place on Saturday, 16th March between 9am and 4pm.
What will I be learning?
Whether you plan to support Junior Softball cricket through to adult cricket, this course will cover the following topics:
– Understanding the role of the umpire
– Gain a basic understanding of umpiring the game
– Answering appeals and the common methods of dismissal
– How to communicate effectively with all stakeholders in the game
– Judging whether or not it is safe to play
The course is split into classroom and practical learning, so we recommend learners to come dressed appropriately.
Learners must be 14 years of age at the time of the course. Anyone under 18 will need parental permission.
Learners will be asked to complete some e-learning prior to attending the course, which will take no more than 90 minutes to complete in total. Pre-learning can be completed via multiple visits or in one go.
How much does it cost?
The full cost of the course is £70.00
Where does the course take place?
Devon Cricket Centre, Streatham Campus, Exeter University, Exeter, DEV EX4 4QN
How can I take part?
To join the course, please register here or using the link at the bottom of the page.