GUIDELINES

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

2.2 Knowledge and Understanding

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Competent: No
Competence Required
The umpire demonstrates:
Observation or video evidence, with date Further professional development required Assessor Competent
Has expert Knowledge and understanding of the Laws of Cricket No
Has expert Knowledge and understanding of ICC Playing Conditions No
Has expert Knowledge and understanding of the ICC Code of Conduct and is competent in writing reports No
Fully understands and accepts responsibility for following the requirements of the ICC Anti-Corruption Code No
Fully understands and accepts responsibility for monitoring and reporting violations of the ICC Clothing and Equipment Policy No
Has expert Knowledge and understanding of current ICC Technical Interpretations of Playing Conditions and Laws No

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

Umpire progress

 
Section Progress
2.1 Planning and Goal Setting
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2.2 Knowledge and Understanding
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2.3 Fitness and Diet
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2.4 Practice Skills
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2.5 Self-assessment and self-evaluation
(0/1)
2.6 Audiometric and Optical testing
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2.2 Knowledge and Understanding

You must successfully demonstrate:
That you have an expert Knowledge and understanding of the Laws of Cricket.ICC requires you to continuously update your knowledge and understanding of the Laws of the game. In order to demonstrate competence in this area you are required to complete the New South Wales Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association (NSWCU&SA) online Laws exam and achieve a minimum pass of 90%.’ Your assessor will provide you with login details for the exam.
That you have an expert Knowledge and understanding of ICC Playing Conditions.ICC requires you to continuously update your knowledge and understanding of current ICC Playing Conditions, in all formats of the game, and to respond to all requests to complete quizzes and updating issues via email to your coaches and ICC.

Changes in Playing Conditions can happen at very short notice and it is therefore imperative that you respond quickly to all requests to update your knowledge and understanding (within 24 hours via email)

That you have an expert Knowledge and understanding of the ICC Code of Conduct and that you competent in writing reports.ICC requires you to report all breaches of the Code of Conduct (COC) using the standard reporting procedures.

Reports need to be descriptive and precise. They need to be written in clear, plain English.

You must know which Level of offence has been committed – by relating what has been observed to the wording/descriptions of the Code of Conduct.

 

That you fully understand and accept responsibility for following the requirements of the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.ICC requires you to fully understand and comprehend the implications of the ICC Anti-Corruption Code and the need to follow the advice and directions of the ACSU on all aspects of anti-corruption and security.

You must be competent in dealing securely with all approaches, whether direct or indirect, that contravene ACSU guidelines.

 

That you fully understand and accept responsibility for monitoring and reporting violations of the ICC Clothing and Equipment Policy.ICC requires the umpire team, including TV umpire and 4th Umpire, to report all violations of the ICC Clothing and Equipment Policy.ICC has a zero tolerance policy towards breaches of the code and all breaches of the code are to be reported to the match referee, using the protocols of the code.

 

That you have expert Knowledge and understanding of current ICC Technical Interpretations of Playing Conditions and Laws.Changes in the technical interpretation of specific Laws and Playing Conditions may occur in the course of season.ICC requires you to be expert in your knowledge, understanding, and application of such changes.