Cricket Umpires Australia

Accreditation and Pathway

Accreditation and pathway - June 2017

Accreditation is an important part of the cricket framework and is a key factor in the recruitment and retention of players and officials, as well as the development of the Australian cricket pathway.

Recommended accreditation level   Cost  Method
Beginner  Free  Online course 
Click here for more information
Community Officiating  $40 Online course and face-to-face component 
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Representative Officiating  $100  Online course and face-to-face component 
Click here for more information
High Performance Officiating  New course framework coming soon 
(By invitation only)

 

Australian Sports Commission

  • Click here to view more information on the Australian Sports Commission online education and accreditation information, including an overview of the General Principles course

 

Pathway competitions and opportunities

 

Entry level

 

Entry level programs

Recommended minimum accreditation:
- Introduction to Cricket

Community cricket
 

Community cricket

Recommended minimum accreditation:
- Community Officiating

Premier cricket  

Premier cricket:
- Interstate umpire exchanges
- Underage Championships

Recommended minimum accreditation:
- Representative Officiating

State Panel  

State Panels:
- WNCL/WBBL
- Toyota Futures League
- KFC T20 Big Bash League (fourth)
- Underage Championships

Recommended minimum accreditation:
- Representative Officiating

NUP Panel
 

National Umpire Panel:
- Sheffield Shield
- Matador BBQ's One-Day Cup
- KFC T20 Big Bash League
- Overseas umpire exchanges

Compulsory accreditation level:
- Representative Officiating

Elite panel  

ICC Elite Panel:
- Tests
- One-Day International
- T20 Internationals

Compulsory accreditation level:
- ICC International accreditation

 

 

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