GUIDELINES

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

3.2 Living the ICC PCT code

(0/7)
Competent: No
Competence Required
The umpire demonstrates:
Observation or video evidence, with date Further professional development required Assessor Competent
Leadership No
Accountability in umpiring No
Enjoyment of umpiring No
Pride in umpiring No
Respect for umpires and umpiring No
Trust No
Integrity (Honesty) No

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

Umpire progress

 
Section Progress
3.1 Positive Attitude
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3.2 Living the ICC PCT code
(0/7)
3.3 Partnering skills
(0/4)
3.4 Mental toughness
(0/4)

3.2 Living the ICC PCT code

You must successfully demonstrate:
Leadership
Leadership is demonstrable, it is about doing. Leaders motivate others by doing. They do not have to be reminded about their duties – they are proud to be proactive – because they take pride in their work and they motivate and inspire others to do the same.
Accountability in umpiring
ICC expects the umpire to self-assess, own up to mistakes, and take full responsibility for his own actions. It is about being honest with the ICC so that the ICC can be honest with you. It is also about being honest and open with colleagues.
Enjoyment of umpiring
ICC expects an umpire to be open to new ideas on how to be the best umpire he can be and enthusiastically embrace the challenges of national and international cricket.
Pride in umpiring
ICC expects an umpire to take a pride in himself and in his umpiring. ICC umpires are expected to be role models for other umpires by promoting ICC values and the PCT Code. Umpires are expected to wear their ICC branded clothing with pride.
Respect for umpires and umpiring
ICC expects umpires to celebrate the success of colleagues and the team. ICC is an international organisation in which many cultures come together in cricket. You are expected to respect and celebrate this rich diversity of cultures and beliefs in international cricket.
Trust
ICC expects umpires to generate trust by living the values of the PCT Code. Effective and successful PCTs are founded on mutual trust and respect. Umpires are expected to do what they say they will do, both on and off the field.
Integrity (Honesty)
ICC expects umpires to generate trust by living the values of the PCT Code. Effective and successful PCTs are founded on mutual trust, respect and honesty. Umpires are expected to do what they say they will do, both on and off the field.

Integrity is the integration of outward actions and inner values. A person with integrity does what they say they will do in accordance with their values, beliefs and principles. A person of integrity can be trusted because he or she never veers from inner values, even when it might be expeditious to do so. A key to integrity, therefore, is consistency of actions that are viewed as honest and truthful to inner values (Australian Sports Commission 2013 )
http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporting/integrity_in_sport/about/what_is_sport_integrity