GUIDELINES

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

6.1 Goal Setting

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Competence Required
The umpire demonstrates:
Observation or video evidence, with date Further professional development required Assessor Competent
The use of SMART goals in your planning and your ability to construct, apply, and implement a realistic and successful Continuous Improvement Plan for yourself No

ICC International Umpire Accreditation Program

 

Umpire progress

 
Section Progress
6.1 Goal Setting
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6.2 ICC MIDS
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6.3 Emotional intelligence
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6.4 Performance tracking
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6.5 Time management
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6.6 Leadership
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6.7 Handling the Media
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6.1 Goal Setting

Assessment

All ICC Foundation Modules are competency based. They describe the behaviours that you need to demonstrate in order to be accredited. The evidence of successfully demonstrating theses behaviour may be:

  • Observational: as observed, and noted, by a National Umpire Manager appointed coach
  • Video-based: video evidence of your behaviours demonstrated in a match
  • A combination of observation and video-based evidence

6.1 Goal Setting / Continous Improvement

You must successfully demonstrate:
The use of SMART goals in your planning and your ability to construct, apply, and implement a realistic and successful Continuous Improvement Plan for yourselfICC expects its umpires to be able to think / analyse their games and to set SMART (Specific, Measurable, Appropriate, Realistic and Timely) goals. The umpire should set not only goals for each match but also have an overall performance plan or strategy that will help him to get better year after year. We call this continuous improvement.The resource material provided for you includes information on how to set goals, the role of self-assessment and how the continuous improvement cycle works. Each ICC umpire is expected to be able to plan every match and also plan his annual development. In particular, each umpire should be able to be honest enough to share with his coach:

      • His strengths
      • His development areas
      • Opportunities for development
      • Threats to development

Each plan developed by the umpire is not only a process, but also a tool – including stepping stones (how each goal will be achieved). You should regularly review your plan with your coach and change it, if necessary, through progress.