GUIDELINES

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

1.7 Concentration

(0/3)
Competent: No
Competence Required
The umpire demonstrates:
Observation or video evidence, with date Further professional development required Assessor Competent
The use of effective strategies to aid his concentration by relaxing, and concentrating No
The use of effective strategies to aid his concentration by focusing clearly on goals before each session of the game begins No
The use of effective strategies to aid his concentration by establishing specific routines for managing critical situations in a match e.g.
-Pre-delivery
-After an error has been made
-When a distraction occurs (internal or external)
-At the start, and at the end of an over
-After a wicket has fallen
-After a break in play (interruption, ball change, injury)
-When a break in concentration occurs
No

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

Umpire progress

 
Section Progress
1.1 Positioning and movement
(0/18)
1.2 On-field communication
(0/6)
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
(0/4)

1.7 Concentration

You must demonstrate:
you have effective strategies to aid your concentration by:
Maintaining a balance between relaxation and concentration
Focusing clearly on goals before each session of the game begins
Having effective routines for managing critical situations in a match e.g.

  • Pre-delivery
  • After you have made an error
  • When you are distracted (internal or external)
  • At the start, and at the end of an over
  • After a wicket has fallen
  • After a break in play (interruption, ball change, injury)
  • When a break in your concentration occurs

You need to be able to identify when your concentration is lost and you need to be able to identify how you will regain your concentration before the next ball is bowled