Umpires Accreditation and Re-accreditation

by admin on April 5, 2015

Courses being held in May Nominations are invited for New and Re-accrediting Officials to attend Sessions and Exams.

Umpires tutorial notice May 2015
New Officials Accreditation Application
Re-accreditation Application Level 1 National Umpire
Re-accreditation Application Measurer
Evening Sessions commence at 6:00pm
Sessions1, 2 & 3 ~ 6:00 pm Mondays 4th, 11th and 18th May, 2015

Session 1 ~ Saturday 16th May 2015 9:00am – 12 noon
Session 2 ~ Saturday 16th May 2015 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Session 3 ~ Sunday 17th May 2015 9:00am – 12 noon

Session 1 ~ Marker & Level1-to-National Umpire re-accreditation
The first session will be primarily on Markers accreditation and Level 1 Umpires re-accrediting as National Umpires must attend this session

Session 2 ~ New Measurers & Measurer Re-accreditation

Session 3 ~ For those progressing to National Umpire accreditation
Nominations from Clubs must be received prior to Friday 24th APRIL 2015 ~ with fees to:
Bowls WA
Level 1, 158 Main Street
Osborne Park WA 6017
Ph: (08) 9340 0800,
All Correspondence to:
PO Box 123, Osborne Park WA 6917
Late entries may not be accepted:
All re-accrediting applicants, having submitted the appropriate forms fully completed will be sent, in advance of the relevant dates/times, a set of questions to be completed (preferably at home prior to attending), leaving only the practical on-green presentations & assessments to complete. They will also receive the new “Officiating Manual for Markers, Measurers & Umpires”.
New Marker, Measurer and National Umpire applicants will be sent the new “Officiating Manual for Markers, Measurers & Umpires”, as well as preliminary documentation outlining the learning outcomes expected for the level applied for.
All applicants will be required to provide their own ‘Laws of the Sport Of Bowls, 3rd Edition,
January 2015’ (Law book available at the Sessions @ $9.00)
As the new Officiating structure is based upon active participation and continuing assessments, all aspirants must attend all the relevant Sessions to be accredited. Anyone only aspiring to Marking, Measuring or re-accrediting as Measurer may attend all sessions as observers should they so desire.