The BJCP has removed the term "Novice" from the score sheet, as it was very confusing and even misleading.
On each BJCP beer score sheet, there is a little area used to record the judge's credentials, whether as a BJCP judge and/or Non-BJCP judge. For non-BJCP judges, you check the Non-BJCP box, and also there are checkboxes which include things like Cicerone ranks, Pro Brewer, Beer Sommelier, Sensory Training, and even an 'Other' box where you fill in the qualification such as blogger or writer. You should check all the boxes that apply.
So, a non-bjcp, Master Cicerone, pro brewer checks the Non-BJCP, Master Cicerone, and Pro Brewer boxes. If the judge doesn't have any of these additional qualifications, then they only check off the "Non-BJCP" box and that's it.
A provisional judge that took the off flavor class already would check the Provisional Judge and Sensory Training boxes. (A BJCP provisional judge has passed the online exam but has not yet taken the in-person tasting exam).http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_BeerScoreSheet.pdf