The Junior Umpire Award (JUA) is designed for young people under the age of 14. It can be used in a school or community setting to improve children’s understanding of the rules of the game and to begin their journey on the officiating pathway. Umpiring can be a most rewarding and enjoyable experience and England has some of the most highly respected umpires in the world.
Table Tennis England Junior Umpire Award TEST PAPER Introduction The Junior Umpire Award is open to all young people. It is designed to improve knowledge and test basic practical skills in the umpiring of table tennis. We recommend this award to be used for young people of 14 years and below. There is no minimum age restriction and playing experience
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The Junior Umpire Award is open to all young people. It is designed to improve knowledge and test basic practical skills in the umpire of table tennis. The award may also be used as part of the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Table Tennis, Sports Leader UK Awards, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Table Tennis Networker Award and Young Officials Award.
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The Junior Umpire Award (JUA) is designed for young people under the age of 14. It can be used in a school or community setting to improve children’s understanding of the rules of the game and to begin their journey on the officiating pathway.
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Due to his significant contributions, Sam Miller was awarded the National Table Tennis Young Official of the Year Award on three occasions in 2016, 2018 and 2020 by Table Tennis Australia (TTA). This prestigious award acknowledges an up-and-coming referee or umpire who is under 30
by Young-Sam Ma, Chair ITTF Umpires and Referees Committee National associations may nominate: 1. One International Umpire who has achieved Blue Badge status, or, alternatively, has attended a certified Advanced Umpire Training (AUT) course and passed the Advanced Rules Exam (ARE) and 2. One International Umpire (White Badge) who has been active internationally for at …
You can learn the skills of table tennis; take your skills awards and ETTA junior umpire award. These can also be used as an activity for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. All table tennis awards cost £2 and include certificate and badge. If you are doing it for an Award please register with Karen Tonge.
ETTA Umpires Take to the Table. August 1, 2011. The 2011 annual table tennis competition organised by the Association of English Table Tennis Umpires was held at the Scunthorpe Table Tennis Club on the weekend of 23-24th July 2011…. Read the Article.