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Coach Accreditation Framework 2.0

In March 2024, Judo Australia enhanced the Coach Accreditation Framework to CAF 2.0. 

CAF 2.0 maintains the 4 program levels, with the first three

levels shifting to a more general coaching model.

 

Senior Coaches will then be offered an opportunity to

specialise in a particular area/s of Judo of interest

gaining an Advanced Certificate offered by Judo Australia.

Importantly, JA will no longer require long-term coaches

to complete the same certification every four years,

rather moving to a new model of reoccurring

& refresher level requirements.

Head of Judo Operations Shane Alvisio presented to a wide

group of coaches across Australia in March 2024.

His presentation can be viewed below. 

 

Or download the full Coaching Accreditation Framework below. 

JUDO AUSTRALIA COACH FRAMEWORK 2.0

Useful links, 

AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION  for all courses

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PLAY BY THE RULES  for all courses

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SPORT INTEGRITY AUSTRALIA for all courses

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INITIAL COURSE REQUIREMENTS

 

ASSISTANT COACH

ASC Community Coaching – Essential Skills - First 3/7 modules

ASC Play by the Rules - Introduction to Integrity of Sport

+ Relevant State Working with Children Clearance (+18 years)

 

SENSEI JUDO 

ASC Community Coaching – Essential Skills - Modules 4-7 

CDC Heads Up to Youth Sports for Coaches Online Course

ASC Play by the Rules Inclusive Coaching Course 

+ Relevant State Working with Children Clearance (+18 years)

+ First Aid Certificate 

SENIOR COACH

ASC Masterclass - Stage 1 

ASC Play by the rules - Heads Up Course - Concussion

+ Relevant State Working with Children Clearance (+18 years)

+ First Aid Certificate 

 

REFRESHER COURSES across all levels

ASC Community Coaching – Essential Skills - Modules 4-7 

Play by the Rules - Introduction to Sport Integrity 

Play by the Rules - Inclusive Coaching Course

Play by the Rules - Walking the talk 

Play by the Rules - Anti Doping Fundamentals 

Play by the Rules - Let kids be kids 

SIA - Tackling poor behavior in Sport 

SIA - Coaching Course 

SIA - Classification Fundamentals 

FOR ANY FURTHER ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT 

SHANE ALVISIO
JA Head of Judo Operations
e - admin@ausjudo.com.au
m - +61 0410 044 205

or your State Coaching Representative

OUR COMMITMENT

Judo has a zero-tolerance policy to harm, abuse and/or neglect of a Child/Young Person in any form. All Children/Young People have the right to feel safe and protected from all forms of abuse, harm, and neglect.

Children/Young People have the right to take part in sport in a safe, positive, and enjoyable environment.

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