Any person who has passed the Level 2 examination is eligible to participate in the Level 3 modules and sit the examination.
Individuals seeking confirmation of their ability may take this examination, preferably after at least one season's umpiring. Candidates may take this oral or written one-hour examination after completing the nine-module course. Click here to contact your local training officer.
The Level 3 examination is in two parts. 100 marks are available; 80 marks attained across both parts represent an examination pass and all successful candidates will be issued a certificate.
Part One is on the Laws of Cricket together with any amendments and/or experimental Laws and the most recent edition of The Umpire's Companion as detailed in the syllabus; this part represents 80 marks.
Part Two is on the local Playing Conditions as set by the examination committee and represents the remaining 20 marks.
Umpires preparing for Level 3 can download The Umpire's Companion, as well as the syllabus and training modules here:
Training officers can download Cricket Umpiring - Training Officers Companion Level 3 here.