GUIDELINES

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

1.2 On-field communication

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Competent: No
Competence Required
The umpire demonstrates:
Observation or video evidence, with date Further professional development required Assessor Competent
consistent, effective communication with on-field partner No
effective communication with captains No
a facial expression which projects confidence and neutrality with no emotional display No
selling a decision with confidence and neutrality, without exaggerated head-movement or emotional display No
a consistent, supportive signalling routines to colleagues with ball count(e.g. two to go, and after a wide, no ball) No
a consistent, supportive signalling routines and checks to colleagues with height of ball (e.g. high wide) No

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

Umpire progress

 
Section Progress
1.1 Positioning and movement
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1.2 On-field communication
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1.3 Signalling
(0/6)
1.4 Man and player management
(0/5)
1.5 Use of the 3rd umpire
(0/10)
1.6 Coping with Pressure
(0/3)
1.7 Concentration
(0/3)
1.8 Body Language
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1.2 On-field communication

You must successfully demonstrate:
Consistent, effective communication routines with your on-field partner
Consistent, effective communication with captainsThe ICC encourage umpires to give a small shake of the head when giving Not out – rather than remain completely still – this could give the perception of indifference, or lack of respect for the appeal

 

A facial expression which projects confidence and neutrality with no emotional display
Selling a decision with confidence and neutrality, without exaggerated head-movement or emotional display

 

 

Consistent, supportive signalling routines to colleagues with ball count(e.g. two to go, and after a wide, no ball)

 

Consistent, supportive signalling routines and checks to colleagues with height of ball (e.g. high wide)