Frankston District Netball Association Jubilee Park, Hillcrest Road, Frankston (03)
9776 5155 firstname.lastname@example.org
FDNA provides a pathway for any umpire wishing to gain their umpires' badge. Most
junior umpires start umpiring on a Saturday in our junior competition and then progress
to our After School and night competitions. FDNA provides training for those umpires
who are keen to advance themselves, as well as offer courses for accreditation purposes.
You can speak to our Umpires' Co-ordinator, Raeleen Darcy on 9776 5155 if you have
any queries. Accreditationa courses are as follows and dates can be obtained from
the Netball Victoria website, www.netballvic.com.au :
Introduction to Umpiring Workshop<back to top> The Introduction to Umpiring Workshop
caters for anyone who is interested in becoming an umpire and for players and coaches
who want to cover basic rules, positioning and areas of control. It is a great course
to attend prior to undertaking practical umpiring.
Length: 3 hours
Requirements: Current Netball Victoria Member.
Course Material Provided: Booklet, certificate & Netball Victoria resource material.
Level 1 Umpiring Course<back to top> The Level 1 course is nationally accredited
and is aimed at those currently umpiring and wanting to improve. This course is a
prerequisite for “C” grade testing. Must be a current Netball Victoria member.
Length: 4 hours
Requirements: A Section 1 Theory mark. Practical Umpiring experience. Must be a current
Netball Victoria member.
Course Material Provided: Manual, certificate & Netball Victoria resource material.
“Rules in Action” Session<back to top> The Rules in Action is a look at
the game from the first Centre Pass to the end of the game, presented from the point
of view of the skills of the game and how the rules embrace those skills.
Length: 4 hours (2 x 2hr or 1 x 4hr sessions)
Requirements: Prerequisite for “A” and “AA” testing. Current Section 1 Theory mark.
Must be a current Netball Victoria member.
Course Material Provided: Certificate
Level 2 Umpiring Course<back to top> The Level 2 course and attendance at
the “Rules in Action” session are requirements for “A” and “AA” testing and endorsement.