Don’t currently have the time or financial commitment for our full, extended program? Don’t worry—our Amateur Umpire Course still offer you an opportunity to engage in intensive umpire training, whether it be for self-improvement or acceleration in the amateur umpire system.
While these students will not be eligible for placement in any other affiliated, professional leagues, they may be eligible for positions in independent professional leagues depending on those leagues’ requirements. Our school also provides recommendations to successful Amateur Umpire Course graduates for placement in other amateur leagues and levels, based on their skills and abilities exhibited during their time in the course. We have two Amateur Umpire Courses to choose from each year, so take a look below and decide which program best suits your needs and experience level.
Amateur Basic Training Umpire Course
January 2 - January 18, 2020
Daytona Beach, FL
The Amateur Basic Training Umpire Course is designed for amateur umpires looking for reinforcement of the foundations of umpiring, and focuses primarily on drills and control games. Students receive cage instruction and review and a full schedule of classroom rules and interpretations training.
Includes: Instruction and training, taxes and insurance, fees, course materials, rulebooks, homework handouts, umpire school athletic duffel, t-shirts, full professional uniform, and hat. Students attending the Amateur Basic Training Umpire Course will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Amateur Advanced Training Umpire Course
January 20 - February 4, 2020
Daytona Beach, FL
The Amateur Advanced Training Umpire Course is intended for students seeking a more comprehensive training regimen in the Two-Umpire System. Advanced classroom rules areas will be covered, including some exclusive, bonus night classroom sessions. This course is recommended for already-established college umpires or umpires who have taken the Amateur Basic Training Umpire Course.
Includes: Instruction and training, taxes and insurance, fees, course materials, rulebooks, homework handouts, umpire school athletic duffel, t-shirts, full professional uniform, and hat. Students attending the Advanced Abbreviated Course will participate in the Student/Staff BBQ and the Graduation Banquet, and receive a class photo and a Certificate of Completion.
Room and Meal Options for both the Fundamentals and Advanced Abbreviated Courses
Breakfast and Dinner Meals served 7 days a week
Lunch Meals Catered Monday – Saturday