C Award Assessment Process

The following process must be followed for all Learners wishing to their INF C Award Umpire Assessment

1: Attend C award Course - All learner MUST have attended a course which must include a practical element

2: Written Assessment

The C written assessment will last for 1/2 hour (30 minutes)

The pass mark will be valid for two (2) years from the date of the assessment

The written assessment will have two sections each covering the Rules and Protocols of the game

Section 1 - 20 questions

Section 2 - 5 question

The standard necessary to proceed to the practical assessment will require a pass in each section as shown in the attached document

Date of next Written Assessment:

Day and Date: Time: Booking form
Wednesday 21 February 2018  6.30 - 8.00pmplease click here

Part A - Written Assessment

The cost of sitting the written assessment is £10.00 - cheques should be made payable to SYCNA

3: Pre Assessment - Practical

Part B - Pre Assessment (practical)

The above form, should be submitted to southyorkshirenetball@gmail.com , along with a copy of your learners log book

4: Practical Assessment

The application to take the assessment must be received by the assessment organiser within one month of the successful pre- assessment and must be arranged as soon as possible (definitely within six (6) months of receipt of application)

Part C - Practical Assessment

When returning the assessment application, you should also include the following

  • the appropriate fee (for 2017/18 this is £45.00)
  • Signed pre-assessment form from assessor 

C award Assessment Process in Full

Passed C award papers

C award - Paper 1 - 2016     please click here     Paper with answers 
C award - Paper 2 - 2017please click herePaper with answers
C Award - Paper 3 please click herePaper with answers

C / B / A Competencies

Umpire Competency Information - this is the criteria to which learners will be assessed for their C / B / A award

Into Officiating Competencies

Umpire Competency Information - this is the criteria to which learners will be assess for their Into Officiating award

INF - Match Protocols 2016

England Netball - Domestic Rules Guidance 2016

These have been created to provide details of the permitted variances to the INF Rules for domestic Netball matches in England

The document is primarily written for individuals who require a greater detail on each rule and its domestic variations