Calling all officials!

England Netball has recently commissioned an independent market research agency, to conduct a project aimed at identifying the needs of our officials.

We want to learn how England Netball can better help our wonderful officials through our services.

In fact – you may well have already been involved in other phases of the project!

As we value your support, we wanted to inform you what’s coming up in the next stage.

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An invite to take part in a short survey will go out by email to everyone we have on our officiating databases, and we’d really appreciate you completing it.

However, we know we don’t have the correct contact details for all our officials, so here is a link for you to complete it if you don’t receive an invite.

The ten minute online survey is aimed at all officials, and administrators within the officiating community, and is a crucial part of the project ensuring that England Netball can better understand our officials and find out what you think about the sport.

We’ve also asked county and regional umpiring secretaries to share this as we know they work tirelessly at a local level to stay in touch with officials, and have excellent contacts and access.

All of the responses from the survey will be completely confidential and the findings will be reported back to England Netball in a combined form.

We are keen to share the results with all our officials, and will be in touch to do so after the results are collated.

If you have any questions about the research and would like to contact someone at England Netball please contact Cassie Goodison on or call Cassie on 07739894876.

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