Who are the VBRA?
All referees must be registered with the BV through their local association, to ensure they can access entitlements associated with Basketball Victoria affiliation. The TOC’s two main responsibilities are to:
- represent the interests of all Members within Victoria and at a national level
- provide members with the opportunity to maximise their potential by officiating in the highest level of basketball possible.
In addition to officiating, you can become a Referee Coach or work the scoretable. Referee Coach courses are conducted for referees who want to be involved in teaching and assessing referees’ performances in games. There are three levels for Referee Coaches to attain and you can progress as a Referee Coach just the same as a referee – right up to the NBL.
Technical Officials Commission
Rod Bush – Chairperson
The Advisory Committee assists and advises on the welfare of referees in the areas of protection of rights, health, safety and well being, referee concerns and other issues.
The Awards Committee assists the TOC in relation to various referee awards and to make recommendation when required:
The Grassroots Committee considers referee education and grading, referee coach education and grading, the development of education resources, how to identify and enhance referee pathways, how to increase referee recruitment and retention, as well as regionalisation and collaboration between branches. It also advises the TOC on matters affecting grassroots basketball, and works with the Melb Utd. VJBL to assist branches to meet their requirements.
The Scoretable Committee oversees the day-to-day running of the Victorian Basketball Scoretable Association (VBSA). This includes training new VBSA members and the ongoing training and evaluations of current members across Victoria.
The Tribunal Committee is responsible for managing all TOC related tribunals.
For more information contact Nathan Williams:
T: 03) 9837 8000