For a game of basketball to take place there needs to be either two, three or four table officials. Table officials are located near the sideline at the centre of the court and are responsible for keeping control of the game clock, shot clock, points scored, fouls committed and much more. They work together with the referees and the statisticians to ensure the fairness and accuracy of the game.
It is a great way to make new friends, challenge yourself and be involved in the sport you love!
Provides an introduction for complete beginners to the game. This online course gives you an insight into the basic work of a timer and a scorer.
A six hour course for those who have completed Level 1 or have a good basketball knowledge, providing deeper learning of the roles of the timer and scorer.
An in-depth course for those who have completed Level 2 and have been operating at that level across the timer and scorer roles for at least two full seasons. The Level 3 course provides in-depth training of the roles of the timer and scorer, as well as introducing the role of the shot clock operator.
Aimed at those who want to table officiate at the highest domestic level. The course is a season and a half long and allows you to gain experience of high-level senior National League games. It is broken down into a pre-assessment phase and an assessment phase. To be considered for the Level 4 Award you must have attended the National Officiating Conference in the current season.