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2017 Netball Academy Information (currently under construction):


STRETCHING AND FLEXIBILITY:
Flexibility training has been shown to help decrease athletic injuries, increase performance and serve as warm-up exercise. Stretching before you exercise prepares your body for exercise and helps prevent injuries. Stretching After exercise helps your body cool down, helps prevent muscle soreness and develops flexibility.  click here for the Stretching and Flexibility booklet

UMPIRES:
Online education
Netball Australia has updated the online Level 1 Umpires Course and Section 1 Umpire Theory Exam with the new rule changes and these are both now available to complete via the MyNetball Learning Portal.
Rules of Netball
Purchase an umpires rule book from the Netball Australia website click here ...
Additional supporting resources:
New rules of netball snapshot.
New rules of netball in detail.
Frequently asked questions.
Rules of Netball for download.

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How to become an umpire in five easy steps:

1. Must be a registered member of Netball SA.
2. Purchase a Rule Book.
3. Purchase a good quality whistle.
4. Sit the Section 1 Theory Exam, Netball Australia Online Umpire Exam Centre.
5. Attend a Learn How to Umpire Course, register here.
6. Attend a Level 1 Umpires Course, please check Netball SA Umpires Calendar for up and coming courses.

Steps to Umpiring and becoming Nationally Accredited:

  • Umpiring offers many exciting challenges and plays a key role in the development of Netball.
  • Begin to understand the rules and protocols.
  • Use the rule book, rules discussions, working with and watching experienced players and umpires as the basis of this understanding.  
  • Learn the techniques of umpiring by seeking advice from your coach or an experienced umpire.
  • Learn to apply the rules and improve your understanding.
  • Begin to umpire competition matches.
  • Practice to improve your umpiring skills and techniques.
  • Reinforce your knowledge of the rules and match protocols.
  • Use club trainings to practice and gain confidence.
  • Attend the Level 1 Umpires Course.
  • Sit and pass the Section 1 Umpires' Theory Exam.
  • Continue to practice and learn in preparation for your Practical Testing.

For further information please contact the Netball SA Umpiring Department on 8238 0505

Netball "The Knee Program"
Knowing all too well the devastation created by serious knee injuries, Netball Australia's KNEE Program is designed to prevent them occurring.
Whether you are a coach to your child's netball team, high performance coach, support staff or parent, this program is designed to keep your players on the court for longer and moving more efficiently when there.
As an athlete this program aims to keep you playing the sport you love without being sidelined by injury.

Click here for more ... http://knee.netball.com.au/

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