Netball World Officiating News
International Umpiring Manager (IUM)
Welcome to Netball World Officiating News – a quarterly newsletter dedicated to the world of netball officiating. Read on for a quick round up of what has happened in International Officiating in the 1st quarter of 2018.
The International Netball Federation (INF) announced the outcome of the International Umpires’ Award Testing Panel (ITP) review which was completed in-line with the ‘INF Procedure for the ITP Programme’. Read more here.
The INF identified Sharon Kelly, who is currently an INF ITP, as a role mode. Read more here.
INF Rules Advisory Panel (RAP) appointments have been announced which will come into effect on 1st April 2018. Full story here.
The INF International Umpiring Manager (IUM) was a guest speaker at an umpiring seminar held in Barbados. Read more here.
As part of “Netball 2020” INF commissioned Wharton Consulting to develop a KPI attached to Goal 6: world-class standards in officiating for international event, namely KPI 1: establish a benchmark for “world-class officiating” and create a target for future years against which we will measure our performance. The outcome of this will be reviewed in 2018 by the INF with any communication following this. More details concerning “Netball 2020” can be accessed here.
The previously planned OAGs will be revised based on this review. The OAGs will be completed in line with the OAG Terms of Reference found here.
Here is a reminder of the Netball Technical Officials that will preside over the Commonwealth Games Netball Competition, being held in Gold Coast 5th to 15th April 2018. Click here for more.