Basketball SA conducts a range of training courses and training sessions for people interested in assisting on the score table and caters for beginners through to very experienced scorers.
Our approach to scoring is based around providing an environment of continual development and support to our scorers. You may wish to support your local club/team or progress through to the higher levels and work score table on NBL/WNBL and National Championships. The pathway and opportunities exist for each individuals goals.
Basketball SA is seen as leader in Australia for score table training and in developing new and innovative programs and ways to recruit, train and retain scorers. Many of these programs form the basis of the national development program.
For more information, or to register for the course, please contact:
Officiating Development Manager, Basketball SA
Ph: (08) 8345 8610 Fax: (08) 8345 4212
Reqirements for each Level of accreditation;
Level "0" - this is an introductory short course and is aimed at giving a new beginner score table official basic training and understanding of the requirements for completing the score sheet, operating the game clock, introduction to the basic rules relating to the score table and a quick look at the 24/14 second shot clock. Once completed your training will enable you to work the score table suitable for your local competitions. This couse is generally run at a local venue at takes about 1.5 to 2 hours. It is the basic entry level course.
· Scoretable Officials qualify through their local Associations to control local Competition plus Junior Championships.
· Officials must be competent on the Scoresheet, as an Assistant Scorer and as a Timekeeper on the Game Clock.
· Officials must attend 2 sessions of four hours total.
· Open Book Theory exam with 86% pass
· Officials must be Level One for six months before progressing to Level Two
· Scoretable Officials qualify through their relevant State/Territory Body to control Division One Men and Women.
· To qualify to work at this level the Official must have passed Level One or demonstrate prior knowledge of Level One standard.
· Official must be competent using the FIBA Scoresheet.
· Official must attend at least one Level Two workshop, in addition to the course.
· Before being accredited for Level Two in any position the Official must attempt a closed book exam and achieve a mark of 76%.
To qualify for Level Two for any position, the Official must have worked for a minimum of six games and be evaluated twice at
· Level Two Chairperson must be Level Two at all positions.
· Uniform is required to be worn from this level, if no Association uniform is available then white tops are to be worn.
The Chairperson should be in a different colour uniform.
· Scoretable Officials qualify through their relevant State / Territory Body to control NBL, WNBL and the next highest
standard game below these in that particular State or Territory.
· To qualify at this Level the Official must be Level Two at that position and must work at the Level Three standard for a
minimum of six games to be evaluated at that position.
· Official must attend at least two Level Three workshops in addition to the course.
· Before being accredited for Level Three in any position the Official must attempt an Open Book Theory Exam
and achieve a mark of 86%.
· Official must be evaluated twice in that position.
· Level Three Chairpersons must be Level Three at all positions. Official must spend a minimum of 12 months in
Level Three with a regular pattern of work before being invited to join the Level Four program.