‘B’ GRADE UMPIRE’S

Prerequisite:
Working with Children Check
Anyone who works face-to-face with children in a paid, self-employed or voluntary capacity, must have a Working With Children Check (WWCC) clearance, unless they qualify for an exemption.


Overview;
Appointed by an affiliate on recommendation by its S.R.U.C. after examination. Awarded to candidates who demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the rules and qualities necessary to conduct matches of importance,
and have at least two years standing at “C” grade level.


Examination;
The “B” grade will require a more complex examination and practical test.
Documented evidence is required to support their nomination.


Accreditation;
The AEBF accreditation acknowledges that the holder is recognised as an active Eight Ball Umpire.


Accreditation Period;
The accreditation period will be four years.


Re-Accreditation
To renew accreditation applicants have to upgrade their qualifications or provide evidence that they have undertaken required activities as well as being active during at least 2 of the 4 years of their accreditation.


Accreditation upgrade:
May apply to NRUC for appointment to “A” Grade level after a period of 2 years.


Duties and Responsibilities:
May examine D and C Grade Umpire
Assisting A Grade Umpires