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.

Appointed by an affiliate on recommendation by it’s SRUC after examination. Awarded to candidates who demonstrate a good knowledge of the rules.

The “C” grade will require the National Umpire’s examination and practical exam.
Documented evidence “Practical Exam Report” is required to support their nomination.

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

Accreditation Period;
The accreditation period will be four years.

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 submit as candidate for “B” grade after two (2) years.
or a special exemption maybe granted after one (1) year. (Honorary “B” grade)