The British Judo Clubmark Award has been produced in line with Sport England’s Clubmark criteria and provides a framework for clubs focusing on key areas of development which are fundamental to creating and maintain quality, safe, effective and child friendly environments for young people in Judo.
In order to become Clubmark accredited, judo clubs are required to evidence within a portfolio set of minimum standards across the following areas:
- Coaches and volunteers
- Community development
- The playing programme
As part of their portfolio submission each club is required to create a one year club action plan which encompasses all that the club aim to achieve across set areas in any one year.
Clubs that achieve Clubmark are required to revalidate their award every three years to maintain the award.
Use the navigation bar to find out more why your club should achieve Clubmark, How your club can achieve Clubmark, how you can register for Clubmark and useful resources to help your club through the accreditation process.
Start your club’s Clubmark journey by registering for the programme here.