|Statement||by members of the umpiring sub-committee of the All England Women"s Hockey Association.|
|Contributions||All England Women"s Hockey Association. Umpiring Sub-committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
umpires to prepare properly for their tournaments and to give an idea of what is expected of them as an 'International Umpire'. This is the first update of the Handbook since then. We hope that the information contained continues to be of particular assistance to umpires new to International hockey. There aren't that many books written about hockey umpiring but Tim Craffer has written a series on various aspects of umpiring and coaching of umpires. They are well written and easy to read, and represent excellent value for money. Ordering details from the author at: Lodge Barn, Stiffkey, Wells, Norfolk, NR23 1QP, UK Phone: • The role of an umpire is to control the match, apply the rules of hockey & uphold a duty of care to the players. This means keeping the game safe by being the judges of fair play. • Each umpire has the primary responsibility for decisions in one half of the field, . An off-field mentor accompanies the learner umpire to pre-match duties (e.g. coin toss) and then observes the learner umpire from the side line during the fixture. The off-field mentor takes notes and approaches the learner umpire at half time and full time to discuss their observation.
8 THE ULTIMATE UMPIRING GUIDE THE UMPIRING ENVIRONMENT PROACTIVE APPROACH Most of the players on the ground look for guidance and direction from the umpire in regard to what they are required to do. The umpire should consider this when they give their instructions. As the umpire, they have a leadership role to play on the ground. THE ULTIMATE UMPIRING GUIDE TEACHERS’ MANUAL IN GENERAL PLAY CONTROL DISTANCE During general play situations, the umpire should endeavour to be approximately metres from the contest at all times. This distance allows him/her a good view of the immediate contest and of the players on the fringe of the contest. The program is directed towards parents, players and umpires who are involved in umpiring club hockey, Intra-state Championships and low level National Championships. The Level 1 Umpire training program can be accessed as an educational resource for currently accredited individuals, as well as being a training requirement for those wishing to obtain their Level 1 Umpire Accreditation. This is an accreditation for those who umpire in the national programme including the Slazenger EHL (English Hockey League) and the National Tournament Finals and Championships. National Umpire This is the highest level of accreditation available to umpires in England and it is awarded only to those who are appointed to the premier divisions of the Slazenger EHL.
UMPIRES RULE: Understanding the rules and umpiring considerations of indoor hockey Oct 19, In the southern hemisphere Indoor Hockey is beginning or has begun its season. From all reports there is an influx of new players to the game who have not played before. In fact there are strong indications. Umpiring is a fundamental part of the game of hockey. From the first mention of an umpire in the formal Rules of Hockey, in , to the part they play in the modern game, umpiring is a fascinating story that clearly needs its own imeldaclyde.com 'art' of umpiring and the way it has changed, the kit, the relationship with the players, the setting up of separate Umpires Associations, the. As a new or inexperienced umpire, you should complete the Level 1 Umpire Award course. This will give you an excellent introduction to umpiring hockey and will equip you with many of the skills and confidence to do so effectively. You can book yourself onto a course here. Thank you! We'll be in touch with news, updates, and ways you can help the team. And to stock up on stylish Team USA gear that you can wear all year round, visit the Team USA Shop.