Gosford Netball Association (GNA) is committed to the development of umpires of all abilities. Clubs are responsible for providing umpires for each team that is participating in the competition and games are then allocated by the Association.
GNA has a range of programs available to members just starting with a whistle, through to those that wish to pursue a career in umpiring onto Netball NSW. A successful program since 2012 is the Representative Umpires Program, which provides access to expert coaching and quality games to develop their skills and progress through the GNA awards system onto the Netball Australia Pathways.
Umpiring might sometimes be challenging but is most often rewarding as a good umpire allows players to showcase their skills that they have worked hard to develop.
If you are an umpire at GNA please join the GNA Umpires Facebook group so you can stay in touch with what’s new and opportunities to develop your skills.
Kath Styant – Umpires Co-ordinator
NetEd registrations are open!
Announcing this year’s presenters;
Umpire Presenters: Lauren Hill and Monique Smith
Coach Presenters: Nardia MacDonald and Pate Cooper
This is a FREE training and development opportunity for Netball NSW members.
For more information and to register, click here: Hunter NetEd
Participants will register through MyNetball to the correct course depending on their accreditations. To register: Log onto MyNetball > Click Learning Tab > Click Online Learning (this takes you to the MyLearning portal)
• Browse available course
• Search for particular course;
NetEd Umpiring Workshop Un-badged – venue Charlestown Netball Association - no prerequisites required
NetEd Umpiring Workshop Badged – venue Charlestown Netball Association – Min C Badge required
NetEd Coach Workshop Foundation – venue Charlestown Netball Association – no prerequisites required
NetEd Coach Workshop Development & Beyond – venue Charlestown Netball Association – Min Development Coach Accreditation required