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Table Official Level 1 - 01.07.2017

 

Table Official Level I

Date: Sat, 01-JULY-2017
Start: 9:30am
Finish : 12:30pm
Venue: Clapton Girls Academy, London, E5 0RL
Cost: £5
Minimum Age: 13 years or older

Course Description:

The award is a practical assessment of the candidate’s ability to table officiate basketball at a very basic level. A successful candidate will have experienced the skills criteria as set in the syllabus below. Applicants for this award need no previous experience.
This award is intended for table officials operating in schools and central venue league competitions, using the Basketball England Traditional scoresheet. The underlying philosophy of the course is to encourage the basketball enthusiast to be able to table officiate a game.
The course normally consists of 2 hours in duration, Unit 1 covers the basics of table officiating; Unit 2 concentrates on the duties of the timer whilst Unit 3 deals with the duties of the scorer and completing a scoresheet.

Candidates will have experienced the following skills and be familiar with specific officiating terminology:
Unit 1: Basics of table officiating
Unit 2: Duties of the timer
Unit 3: Duties of scorer
 
No funding is available for this course.

Table Official Level 1

 

Attention to Basketball Officials

Grey Little Snitch

We have managed to put a deal together that, we think, you won't be able to resist.
Membership for the season is £25 for referees and £15 for table officials. Members who are both referees and table officials pay £35.

So, what do you get for that? Well, referees get a new London Region referee shirt, and a Fox 40 whistle. Table Officials get a new red London Region Polo shirt and a four colour pen.

Also, all members get two tickets to go to all London Lions home games this season, so that you can see how it's done at the top level. If you can get to the Copper Box, this, on its own, is worth many times the membership fee. If you can only get to one game over the course of the season, you will have recovered your entire membership fee, without including any of the other goodies. As LABO is primarily concerned with the improvement of officials, there will also be seminars and meetings for members, with guest speakers, every 4 - 6 weeks or so throughout the season and opportunities to have your games recorded, with supportive feedback to help with your development. As well as all this, members will get discounts for all LABO-organised courses.

 So, how do you join? The easiest way is to include your LABO membership fee with your Basketball England registration, if you register through the London Region Registrar, Peter Dyke. Otherwise you can transfer your membership fee to the London Region bank account:

Bank Name: HSBC
Account name: London Basketball Group
Sort code: 40-06-21
Account Number: 51785559

For an application form, please email me on rick4labo@gmail.com.
If you have any queries, please contact me on rick4labo@gmail.com or by telephone on 07879 458677.
Good luck for this season and I hope you all take this fantastic opportunity to advance your officiating career.

Rick Hinds
Chairman, London Association of Basketball Officials.

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